Home Loan Calculators and Tools

Rates and Fees verified correct on October 26th, 2016

Plan ahead with a home loan calculator and save thousands

Welcome to our free home loan calculator section. Here you can find out how much your repayments would be on a home loan, and find out how much you might be able to borrow. You can also get a more accurate idea of the costs of switching between home loans, and can compare two loans side by side.

Please note that all calculators provide estimates only.

Use our home loan calculator to estimate repayments for different loan terms

Or skip ahead to our other 17 calculators

Loan repayment calculator

Loan repayment calculator

Choose between monthly, fortnightly or weekly payment frequencies, to calculate what your regular minimum repayments will be on your home loan.

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How much can I borrow calculator?

Borrowing power calculator

Find out your borrowing potential so you know what you can afford. Although this differs from lender to lender, this calculator will give you a good estimate.

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Extra repayment calculator

Extra repayment calculator

Calculate how much money you could save by making regular extra monthly repayments.

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Stamp Duty Calculator

Stamp duty calculator

Avoid the confusion by using this calculator to work out how much stamp duty you will need to pay.

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Split rate loan calculator

Split rate calculator

Work out how much you will or won’t save if you were to split your loan.

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Lump sum calculator

Lump sum calculator

Workout how much you can save by making large lump sum payments

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Calculate what you can afford to borrow

What can you afford to borrow calculator

Use this calculator if you're renting and wondering how much you can afford.

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Switching cost calculator

Switching cost calculator

Find out if refinancing to another home loan will save you money.

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Other helpful calculators

Income Tax Calculator
Income tax calculator

Use this calculator to work out your after tax income, and how much of your net income you will be able to allocate towards buying a property.

property buying cost calculator
Property buying cost calculator

This calculator will tell you how much you will need to cover other expenses like conveyancing fees and building inspection fees.

honeymoon loan calculator
Calculate how much a honeymoon loan will save you

This will help you to work out how much you will be paying once the introductory period ends and the interest rate reverts to the standard rate.

locan comparison calculator
Loan comparison calculator

With so many lenders in the market, it’s important to compare different home loans to make sure you get the right one for you.

Offset Mortgage Calculator
Offset account savings calculator

This calculator can tell you how much interest you’ll save and how much faster you can pay off your loan if you use an
offset account.

reverse mortgage calculator
Reverse mortgage calculator

If you’re thinking about your retirement, this calculator will estimate how much money you can borrow from your mortgage, based on your age and property value.

how long to repay?
Calculate how long it will take you to pay off your home loan

This easy-to-use calculator allows you to figure out how long it will take you to pay off your mortgage.

bi-monthly calculator
See how much money you could save with bi-monthly repayments

This calculator shows you the time and money saved by making fortnightly repayments.

remaining balance calculator
Remaining balance calculator

Find out what your remaining home loan balance will be in the future

property selling cost calculator
Property selling costs calculator

Make things easier by using this calculator to help determine how much money you’ll have in your pocket after you’ve sold your property.

Get the most out of a calculator with these tips

Using these calculators is easy and hassle-free. Taking a few minutes to type in a few numbers can make a world of difference when dealing with your mortgage finances.

Most of the loans will require you to type in how much your mortgage is, the interest rate and term of the loan, and the monthly repayments. Other calculators like the income tax calculator and the borrowing power calculator will require your income and current expenses.

The calculators give you flexible options like monthly, fortnightly or weekly repayments and various loan terms so you can tailor each calculator to your specific situation. You can also use the amortisation tab, which breaks down how much interest you’ve paid, and where your loan balance stands after every year. After you’ve calculated the results, you can convert your findings into a PDF so you can easily access it again later.

You will need to enter the loan amount, interest rate, loan term, payment frequency and type of loan. Once you’ve entered this information, it will show your minimum monthly, fortnightly or weekly repayment (depending on which option you selected). It will also show the total amount of interest that will accumulate over the life of the loan, and the total payment amount including interest.

You can change the payment frequency and loan term to determine which options will save you more money in the long run.

When choosing to buy or sell property, it’s important to be well informed about what you will need to pay, so you can plan ahead and avoid any surprise expenses. With our free calculators including a loan repayment calculator, stamp duty calculator and loan comparison calculator, you can take the stress out of finding a home loan that’s right for you.

This page was last modified on 27 June 2016 at 10:24.

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8 Responses to Home Loan Calculators and Tools

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    Kate | August 4, 2015

    I have $140,000 savings. Im a single person with no dependants and want to use my savings plus a $120,000 loan to buy property. My annual income is $45,000 with no loans debts or credit cards . Can I borrow the $120,000 and what would be monthly repayments?

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      Belinda | August 5, 2015

      Hi Kate,

      Thanks for your enquiry.

      Please note that each lender will have different eligibility criteria that you’ll need to meet to qualify for one of their home loans, but ultimately they will review your ability to service the mortgage by reviewing your income, assets and any existing debts you have against your name.

      On this page you can use our home loan repayment calculator to estimate what your repayments would be and you can also compare a range of home loans in the comparison table to find one that suits your needs.


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    annie | May 29, 2015

    Hi, we are looking at consolidating our debt’s 22k into our mortgage, 50k left on it, are many lenders keen to refinance to consolidate?

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      Marc | May 29, 2015

      Hi Annie,
      thanks for the question.

      There are many lenders who allow you to do this. You can compare some of these lenders, and speak to an expert in debt consolidation by reading our guide. If you’d like to talk to an expert broker about this, click the ‘speak to a mortgage broker’ tab to begin a free discussion.

      Please let me know if you need any help with this.


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    Heidi | April 28, 2015

    I borrowed 45,000 how much taxes will I have to pay

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      Jodie | May 14, 2015

      Hi Heidi,

      Thank you for reaching out to finder.com.au, a financial comparison website.

      Taxes vary from state to state, please contact your local state revenue office or the Australian Taxation office to discuss your specific circumstances.


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    julie | July 31, 2014

    Hi , just a question and hope you can help. My partner was advised today from the broker who applied to liberty for a non genuine savings loan that they would only offer him a loan on a high interest rate due to his bank statements having late payments which can be explained ,I believe everything else was all good ,he is a first home buyer but isn’t applying due to myself being linked to him and as i have previously purchased he wont qualify. He is fifo and full time just over probation but same for max 6 yrs and has , his credit history is clear but did go bankrupt in 96 but has just reason if need be. It would be with great appreciation if you could assist .
    Thank you
    Julie and Alan

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      Marc | August 1, 2014

      Hi Julie,
      thanks for the question.

      I’d recommend contacting another mortgage broker with a large panel of lenders. If a mortgage broker doesn’t have a large panel of lenders to choose from it may result in you not getting the best loan for you.

      Be aware too that if you apply for too many home loans in one space in time it may be hard for you qualify for further home loans.

      I hope this helps,

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