Tools & Calculators
Use these calculators to develop a strategy to achieve your real estate goals. Maybe you want to use the equity in your home to invest in a second property or perhaps you’d like to pay your mortgage off sooner than your amortization. I have pulled together a number of tools below to help you estimate your payments and cash flow. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.
THE ULTIMATE MORTGAGE CALCULATOR
Like most, you probably want to develop a strategy to help pay off your mortgage while still living a comfortable lifestyle. This mortgage calculator can help test the effects of your monthly repayment options plus take into consideration any double up payments, lump sum payments, unique payments, custom payments, skips, and percentage increases that may occur over the lifetime of your mortgage.
MORTGAGE COMPARISON CALCULATOR
Similar to the mortgage calculator above, this mortgage comparison calculator tool will help you compare mortgage and payment options side by side and show you the difference in interest costs, number of payments and years remaining on your mortgage.
BASEMENT/SECONDARY SUITE STRATEGY CALCULATOR
Having a secondary suite in your home can be an extra mortgage helper that assists you in paying off your home a little quicker. This calculator can help you estimate your monthly payments and how much more you can pay down your mortgage by having a rented basement suite.
INCOME PROPERTY CALCULATOR
This investment property calculator can help you analyze the income potential of your investment property. Understand how down payment, rental income, expenses, tax effects, mortgage repayments, inflation rate, tax rate and market growth contribute to your net worth and your cash flow. You can also calculate how double up payments, lump sums, custom payments, unique payments, percentage increases and skips will adjust your repayment schedule.
HOME EQUITY CALCULATOR
Use this home equity calculator to develop a strategy to build equity in your home. Understand how down payment, mortgage repayments and market growth contribute to your net worth. Experiment with double up payments, lump sums, custom payments, unique payments, percentage increases and skips to see how it adjusts the equity of your home.
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