Using a Mortgage Calculator

Provisor offers an online mortgage calculator.

If you’re thinking of buying a home (getting a home loan or mortgage) or refinancing your current mortgage, it can be tough to figure out where to start and what the right choice is. While talking to your mortgage lender will be the best choice to answer those questions, a mortgage calculator can help you get on the right track before talking with professionals.

What is a Mortgage Calculator?
A Mortgage calculator is a tool you can use to figure out what you can afford, how refinancing your existing mortgage could save you money, and how a mortgage would affect your finances. You use your current financial situation information and the specifics of your mortgage in order to learn the totals and projections to answer your home loan questions. This way you can make informed, smart choices about purchasing a home or refinancing your current home.

How can it help?
You can use mortgage calculators to visualize potential monthly payments with different loan amounts, mortgage terms, interest rates, down payments, and more. You can see how different situations can play out, depending on different variables, such as how soon you want to pay the mortgage off. Or, it's helpful if you want to buy different priced homes compared to each other.

You will need a number of pieces of information to effectively use a mortgage calculator. These include:     

  • Home price
  • Down payment
  • Credit score
  • Home loan goals
  • Property type
  • How you plan to use the property
  • Property taxes
  • Insurance
  • Your personal information
  • Interest rates
  • HOA Fees

After you enter all of this information, you can use the mortgage calculator to find out your potential monthly mortgage payments. This way you can figure out the monthly payments of various properties and let you pick the right one for you. Try out Provisor’s Mortgage Calculator Today! We are your home loan, mortgage, and refinancing experts of Milwaukee, Waukesha, Madison, East Troy, Watertown, and surrounding Wisconsin and Midwest areas.