When it comes to Property Investment it is vital for you to do your analysis. These Investment Property calculators will assist you to develop the best Property Investment strategies to allow you to meet your investing goals.
How much can you borrow
This is the starting point with Property Investment. Calculate how much you can expect to borrow for a property based on your current salary and existing financial commitments.
Helps you to determine your current cost of living and identify any potential funds available for investment purposes.
Calculate what your minimum weekly, fortnightly or monthly loan repayments would be for any borrowed amount. Essential to know when you are considering a Property Investment.
Extra repayments gets you ahead in your loan. Find out how much time and interest you can save by paying more than the minimum repayment required?
How much time and interest can I save by paying a lump sum off my loan? This works for an offset account as well.
How much of your regular payment is interest and how much is principal at different stages of your loan?
Splitting your home loan can provide insurance against future changes in interest rates. Use this tool to calculate your repayments and total interest under different fixed and variable rate scenarios.
Project your interest earnings from term deposits. The result will differ depending on the frequency that interest is calculated and credited to your account.
Saving for a Deposit, calculate how much you can save over time from an initial deposit with regular ongoing contributions.
This calculator determines how much you can borrow and then identifies the suburbs that offer you affordable properties around Australia (excluding SA & Tas).
Tax and Stamp Duty calculators
This calculator will work out how much tax you pay.
Understanding how much Stamp Duty is payable is vital. Stamp duty adds significantly to the cost of buying a property. Find out just how much it will cost in your state or territory.
Whilst we endeavour to keep these calculators up to date. Tax, Interest rates and stamp duty charges can change at any time so please accept the results from these calculators as a guide only. Check with us or your accountant to confirm the latest details.