Mortgage payment calculator
Calculate how much your mortgage payment could be each month.
This mortgage payment calculator gives you an estimate.
This mortgage payment calculator provides customized information based on the information you provide. But, it assumes a few things about you. For example, that you’re buying a single-family home as your primary residence. This calculator also makes assumptions about closing costs, lender’s fees and other costs, which can be significant.
Understand your monthly mortgage payment.
Your monthly mortgage payment depends on a number of factors, like purchase price, down payment, interest rate, loan term, property taxes and insurance.
Purchase price refers to the total amount you agree to pay to the property’s seller. This amount is typically different from your loan amount, since most lenders won’t loan you the full amount of a property’s purchase price.
Calculator assumption: single-family home
This mortgage payment calculator assumes that you’re buying a single-family home as your primary residence.
What can you afford?
Our mortgage affordability calculator can give you an idea of your target purchase price. You can make the calculation based on your income or how much you’d like to pay per month.
A down payment is the cash you pay up front when you buy a home. The larger your down payment, the less you’ll need to borrow and pay in interest.
Calculator assumption: 20% down payment
This mortgage payment calculator assumes that you have a 20% down payment, unless you specify otherwise. If you have less than a 20% down payment, you may have to pay private mortgage insurance (PMI), which would increase your monthly mortgage payment.
How much will you put down?
Want to see how much your down payment amount can affect your mortgage over time? Our down payment calculator can give an idea of your ideal down payment.
Start saving for a down payment.
When you’re ready to buy a home, a higher down payment can save you money in the long run. If you plan to buy in the near future, setting money aside now can only help.
Reach out to a mortgage loan officer.
If you’re ready to have a conversation about your mortgage options, a professional mortgage loan officer is just a phone call or an email away.
The interest rate is the amount of money your lender charges you for using their money. It’s shown as a percentage of your principal loan amount.
Understand your credit score.
Credit score is a pretty big deal when it comes to buying a home. The higher your credit score, the better your chances are for approval and for better interest rates.
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