Mortgage Repayment Calculator

Our UK mortgage repayment calculator gives you an estimate of what your monthly mortgage payments might be based on the interest rate, so you can calculate how much mortgage you can afford.

Enter the amount you want to borrow, the interest rate, deposit amount and repayment period and then and simply click ‘Calculate’ to find out how much you will have to repay each month.

These figures do not include factors such as insurance or any investment based mortgage repayment strategies.

Our UK mortgage repayment calculator gives a quick indication of what your monthly repayments will be for different types of mortgages. The mortgage repayment calculator calculates based on the rates you have put in and does not include any introductory discounts or subsequent increases.

Stamp Duty Calculator

Let us know the value of the residential property you’re buying, if you’re a first time-buyer or if it’s a second home, then and simply click ‘Calculate’.

Rental Yield Calculator

You can work out your rental yield with our rental yield calculator. Enter your purchase price and the monthly rental income, then and simply click ‘Calculate’.

This is a rental yield calculator and not a quotation under the Consumer Credit Act. All results are based on the figures input.

This calculator does not take into account any ongoing maintenance costs of the property. Mortgage approvals are also subject to validation of income, credit checks and a property valuation.

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    The fee is up to 1% but a typical fee is £476.