This calculator will help you to compare monthly payments and interest costs of home mortgages at up to five interest rates simultaneously.
Enter the mortgage principal amount and the length of the mortgage in years. Then, either enter a starting interest rate and select the percentage to increment the comparison rates, or enter a rate for each of the five "Interest Rate" fields.
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