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Calculators

iStock_000011367762Small.jpg - largeThere are a large number of calculators available for use.

 

We have provided links to some of the easier and more generic calculators available.

 

Nearly every lender will have calculators on their web sites.

 

To answer the major questions:

How much can I borrow?

 

What will my repayments be?

 

mfaa calculators

 

This is the MFAA website and has a number of very handy calculators

 

iStock_000004318183Small.jpg - largeOther calculators on that link that may be useful are:

  • Stamp Duty
  • Income Tax calculation
  • Split loan
  • If I make extra repayments?
  • If I make a one-off payment?
  • Reverse Mortgage

 

moneysmart calculators

 

This is an Australian Government ASIC resource provided by MoneySmart. The MoneySmart website is run by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC ) to help people make smart choices about their personal finances.

 

There is also a very handy Budget Planner on this web site that will help you work out where your money goes.

 

ASIC is the Federal Government Department responsible for overseeing financial market regulation in Australia. Information about ASIC can be found on their website as follows: www.asic.gov.au

 

There are other sites that you can browse and use calculators for Budget Planning, calculating Purchase Costs, estimating potential Lenders Mortgage Insurance etc.

 

We have very sophisticated software that allows us to do comparisons of various lenders to find the solution that fits your needs.