Mortgage Calculators

To help you understand how much you can borrow and how much it will cost you, we have designed the following 2 interactive calculators. The figures produced are intended for guideline purposes only.

How Much Can I Borrow?

Use this calculator to see how much you could borrow. The calculator is designed to give an estimate of the maximum that you could borrow. The Maximum amount can vary depending on many factors and so a range has been displayed. The actual amount could be outside of this range depending on your circumstances. To discuss the results of the calculator or to get a more accurate indication of your maximum borrowing amount get in touch with Lupo Mortgage Services today using the contact form below.

Payment Calculator

Use this Calculator to see how changes to the mortgage term affect the total interest paid and the monthly payments. The 3% interest rate example in the calculator, which can be changed, provides an indicative cost but cannot predict future rate changes. The calculator also assumes the mortgage is on a repayment basis. If you wish to discuss the amounts calculated get in touch with Lupo Mortgage Services today using the form below.

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