NZ New Zealand Mortgage Calculators
The following New Zealand mortgage calculators are most relevant to those interested in New Zealand investments. They will help you to understand your personal financial commitment when it comes to investing your hard earned dollars in New Zealand’s real estate market.
This calculator is helpful in determining how much principle and interest you will pay on your home loan and/or the impact of any extra repayments you may incur. Click here to access the Loan calculator.
This calculator allows you to determine how quickly you can pay off a home loan/mortgage by allowing you to interchange the repayment schedule between weekly, fortnightly, and monthly. Be sure to try all three repayment schedules before you decide which option works best for you, and remember, you can be very flexible in the repayment frequency as long as you continuously pay the loaning bank’s minimum requirement amount.
Mortgage Payoff Calculator
This calculator is useful in helping new investors to understand their monthly mortgage repayment commitments. Also, if you (the investor) wishes to make repayments beyond the minimum amount, it will help you determine how many years it will take you to pay off the mortgage in whole. Click here to access the Mortgage Payoff Calculator
The Mortgage Payoff Calculator helps you to determine how much interest you can save by increasing your mortgage repayments. It will also give investors an estimate of the number of years it will take to pay off a mortgage in New Zealand, as well as the dollar savings depending upon additional payments made.
Fixed vs. Interest Calculator
A Fixed Rate mortgage means that you will have the same payment amount for the entire fixed period of the loan, which is determined by the loaning bank. Use this calculator to compare a Fixed Rate mortgage with both principle and interest with Interest Only mortgage commitments. Click here to access the Fixed vs. Interest Calculator
A Fixed Rate mortgage means that you will have an interest rate on your home loan that is guaranteed not to change for a specified fixed rate period, depending upon the individual bank’s terms.