If you need help deciding what type of loan offers top value for your financial needs, our loan comparison calculator can help you make a decision. Use it to sort through the monthly payments, fees and other expenses involved with getting a new loan. Pick the right loan for your financial situation.
Use Our Loan Comparison Calculator To Find the Right Loan for Your Situation
Whether you’re planning to buy a car, refinance a home, fund DIY home improvement projects or pay off credit card debt, use our loan comparison calculator to compare the monthly payments for up to three loans. Simply enter the purpose of the loan, your current assets and your desired loan amount, and we’ll provide you a comparison of the loans.
Now that you have an idea what your monthly payments will be, view our interest rates then apply for a loan online or by phone.
Amortization – Time in years used to calculate mortgage payment.
Origination fee – The total amount charged as a loan origination fee, which is included in the annual percentage rate (APR) calculation.
Commitment fee – An expense separate from interest charged on the loan to be secured by the mortgage.
Balloon payment – The total interest and principal balance due at the end of the loan. This amount will be zero if the loan term is the same as the amortization.