Calculator © - Free Online Calculators

Online Calculators since 2009

Buy-To-Let mortgages are similar to ordinary mortgages with a few differences:

- The deposit required is normally higher, typically 25% although can be as high as 40%. Higher deposit rates typically provide lower mortgage interest rates.
- Interest rates can be higher. Fees are generally higher.

Some Buy-To-Let mortgages are interest only, you only pay the interest in monthly payments, but the mortgage value is payable at the end of the period, so a seperate repayment plan is neccessary for this type of mortgage

The Mortgage calculations can be saved to a table by clicking the "Add to table" button (table appears below the schedule comparison).

You may also find the following Finance calculators useful.

- Present Value Calculator
- Discount Calculator
- Debt Payoff Calculator
- Acturial Method Lease Calculator
- Electrical Consumption Calculator
- Simple Profit Calculator
- Future Value Calculator
- Margin Calculator
- Hourly Wage To Annual Salary Calculator
- Debt To Income Calculator
- Current Ratio Calculator
- Bank Reconciliation Calculator
- Enterprise Value Calculator
- Credit Card Calculator
- Commision Calculator
- Annual Interest Rate Calculator
- Earnings Per Share Calculator
- Pcp Car Loan Calculator
- Net Worth Calculator
- Stamp Duty Calculator