This loan repayment calculator determines the total interest paid, total loan amount with interest, and the monthly payment of a loan.

Loan Repayment Calculator

When considering any loan, it’s imperative to perform due diligence for the purpose of determining how much debt can be afforded. Having an idea of the required monthly payments on a loan can help a borrower budget and plan accordingly. In some cases, it helps borrowers discover that they can afford more than they thought, and in many cases, it prevents borrowers from surpassing their budgets. In all cases, having an understanding of the costs of a loan product greatly help a borrower make better decisions.

This loan repayment calculator can be utilized to estimate the value of payments and interest over time. Simply input the loan balance, given interest rate, and remaining time left on the loan note. Once entered, the loan repayment calculator provides a breakdown of the total interest to be paid, the total loan amount with interest, and the value a monthly payment.

The Loan Repayment Calculator

  • Total interest
    is $100
  • Total amount with interest
    is $100
  • Monthly Payment
    is $2813.33
  • This is an estimate only and should not be used for accounting purposes.

What does the loan repayment calculator determine?

The loan repayment calculator is a simple tool designed to give borrowers an idea of what to expect given specific loan parameters. The Calculator is able to reflect:

  • Your monthly loan payment amount
  • The effect of different interest rates on the loan balance
  • The amount of interest to be paid over the life of the loan
  • The cost of the loan (Principal and Interest)

*Apartment.Loans DOES NOT Guarantee the accuracy of the information available, and is not responsible for the consequences of any decisions or actions taken as a result of any information provided by this tool. This loan calculator assumes that the interest rate remains fixed throughout the life of the loan, and should not be utilized for variable or floating rate financing.