# Interest only Mortgage Calculator with Extra Payments

Mortgage calculator only for interest with co-paymentsConsequently, you reduce your payment as much as possible. When the IO period ends, the new monthly payment is calculated based on the number of years you have left on your loan and your current balance. By borrowing only for interest and then making additional payments, you may be able to save some money in the long run. Fill in your credit details, the additional monthly payment amount you wish to make & click Calculate.

Compute the pure mortgage payments (with or without additional principal) and the repayment schedule.

## Interest dependent mortgage payment calculator

TitlesA titles for these calculation results to help you recognize it if you have multiple copies of the calculator to print. You do not need this box, but it can help if you have already listed several loans sceneries. DepositThe amount of cash you wish to deposit on your land.

Duration of the loanHow long you will need to repay for this credit. Select also whether "loan term" is years or month. The number of points (or percent of the amount of the loan) you will need to spend to close it. Activate the "Roll into Loan" checkbox if the costs for the credit points are funded and contained in the "Loan Amount".

All other expenses that you will be charged during the closure of your mortgage. Activate the "Roll into Loan" checkbox if your acquisition cost (without credit points) is funded and contained in the "Loan amount". Interest-RateThe interest rateThe interest amount you receive for the pure interest component of this interest bearing loans.

LongHow long you are going to be paying on the interest part of this loans. Supplementary lenderThe extra amount you must make each and every one of the months during the pure interest rate term of the credit (in excess of the amount needed for the "monthly payment") to repay the capital of your credit. Since you only have to make interest payments during the pure interest rate cycle if you are entering an "additional capital amount", you can decide whether you want to make further payments on a regular basis or whether you just want to keep paying the interest (i.e. the amount of the interest decreases slightly each month).

Although FixedEven only requires you to make interest payments, the Additional Principal reduces the interest each and every months and also the amount payable each and every months. Choose "Fixed" if you want to keep the same amount every year. In this case, the calculation is made on the basis that the calculation of the first month's payments is continued each year.

MinimalPaying "Additional Principal" reduces the interest each and every months and, since you only have to make interest payments, also the necessary monthly payments. Choose "Minimum" if you only want to charge monthly payments on the basis of interest payments plus "Additional client". Interest-RateThe interest rateThe interest amount you are charged on the amortised part of this principal.

After the pure interest rate term, the remainder of "length of loan" is the amortised length. Supplementary principalThe supplementary amount that you must repay each and every calendar months during the amortised term of the credit (in excess of the amount of the requisite payment ) to repay the capital for your credit. Interest " + "Additional principal" (if entered) (average) payment per months to be effected each year during the pure interest rate interval.

Effective payments may involve the deposit of tax on insurances and assets and private mortgage insurances (PMI). Aggregate interestThe aggregate interest payable during the pure interest rate term. This is the amount that will be payed during the pure interest rate term. Numbers of paymentsTotal number of payments during the pure interest rate horizon. The amount you are paying each year for the pure interest rate term.

Deposit'principal' +'interest' +'additional principal' (if entered) to be remitted each and every quarter once the pure interest rate has expired and the credit has been transformed into a fully amortised one. Effective payments may involve the deposit of tax on insurances and assets and private mortgage insurances (PMI). Aggregate investor The aggregate amount of capital payable during the amortised cost time.

Overall interestThe overall interest payable during the amortisation time. This is the amount that will be payed during the payback time. Payments totalTotal number of payments during the amortization time. The amount you must spend each year during the payback time. Amount of the principal of the credit'Sales price'-'Down payment' +'Points' (if rolling into a loan) +'Other acquisition costs' (if rolling into a loan).

Overall interestTotal interest that you will be paying over the term of the credit. Payed in totalTotal amount of capital + interest that you are paying over the 'loan term'. Disbursement timeAmount of the period until the disbursement of the credit. The number of payments you will make to repay the credit.

Annual AmountThe amount of cash you will be paying each year for this loan. Credit Points AmountThe percent of points that will be added to the amount you are borrowing indicates the amount in dollars that the credit points will charge. The total costs of the real estate, if you take into account the selling price, the amount of points, the other acquisition costs and the total interest on the mortgage.