VA loan calculator

Use this VA mortgage calculator to get an estimate.

This VA loan 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.

Estimated monthly payment and APR example: A $225,000 base loan amount with a 30-year term at an interest rate of 4.125% with no down-payment would result in an estimated monthly payment of $1,126.45 with an Annual Percentage Rate (APR) of 4.471%.1

Do I qualify for a VA mortgage loan?

A Veteran Affairs (VA) loan is a mortgage loan for Service members, Veterans and eligible surviving spouses. Contact a mortgage loan officer to verify qualifications.

Why get a VA mortgage loan?

A VA mortgage loan does not require a down payment, but may include additional costs, such as a funding fee. A funding fee is a mandatory one-time fee paid directly to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The fee is a percentage of the loan amount (as high as 3.3%) and can be paid at closing or included into your loan amount and monthly payment.

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