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Home loan repayment calculator

Estimate what your mortgage repayments could look like, depending on the type of home loan you're considering.

Estimated repayments and repayment scenario comparisons are estimates only based on the loan amounts, loan types and loan terms selected. The comparisons are indicative estimates for illustrative purposes only and are based on current interest rates (which may change). Comparison rate calculated on a loan amount of $150,000 over a term of 25 years based on monthly payments, including any applicable interest rate discounts. These rates are for secured loans only. WARNING: This Comparison Rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. For interest only variable loans, the comparison rates are based on an initial 5 year interest only term. For fixed rate interest only loans, the comparison rates are based on an initial interest only period equal in term to the fixed period. The repayment calculator does not show all interest rates. Our home loan interest rates page shows all available rates, including special offers and discounts when borrowing 80% or less of the property value.

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Home loan repayments are influenced by several factors including the loan amount and length of the loan term, the fixed or variable interest rate that applies, whether you’re paying principal and interest or interest-only, and whether or not you intend to live in the property you’re buying.

Based on the combination of factors that you select, the loan repayment calculator (or mortgage calculator) will automatically adjust the interest rate per annum and estimate your repayments accordingly. Estimated repayments are calculated on a monthly basis by default, but you can adjust the frequency to weekly or fortnightly if you’d like to compare the difference.

Keep in mind that the interest rates in the calculator are subject to change, which can impact on repayment amounts. If a variable rate loan is selected, the interest rate will be subject to change throughout the term of the loan. For a fixed rate loan, once the fixed rate period expires, the loan reverts to a variable rate loan and repayment amounts may change. The repayment calculator doesn’t include all interest rates, fees and charges. See our home loan rates and offers for all available rates.

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Depending on the type of loan you select, making extra repayments could reduce the interest charged on your loan and may help you pay off your loan earlier.

In the early years of a principle and interest loan, most of your minimum repayments go towards paying interest on your principal loan amount. Any repayments above your minimum go directly towards the principal – so as this amount reduces, so does the interest charged on it. In turn as the interest payments get smaller, the portion of your repayments going onto the principal increases.

So by making extra loan repayments you’re not only chipping away at your principal amount but reducing the interest you owe on it – ultimately saving on the interest you’ll pay over the life of the loan. With an ANZ Standard Variable home loan and ANZ Simplicity PLUS home loan there are no fees applied to extra repayments, so you have the option to make additional payments to pay off your loan faster. Note that if you have a fixed rate loan, early repayment costs may apply if you make early or additional repayments.

The frequency of your repayments could have an impact on the total interest you pay over the life of your loan, so it’s worth considering how often you make them. This is because the interest owing is calculated based on the unpaid daily balance of your loan. Generally, the more frequent your repayments, the faster you reduce your loan principal and the less interest you pay.

Use the home loan repayment calculator to compare the difference between estimated weekly, fortnightly and monthly repayments.

   

This depends largely on whether you have a fixed or variable rate home loan.

As their name suggests, fixed rate home loans tend to be quite set in their repayment terms (during the fixed rate term). Fixed rate loans can provide certainty and stability, however you may be charged costs if you want to make additional repayments, pay off your loan early or refinance during the fixed rate period. Variable rate loans can be more flexible, however as rates can change there is less certainty about your repayment amounts.

If you decide a variable rate home loan suits your circumstances, changes you can make to your repayments include:

  • Change the amount you pay in each repayment (starting from minimum)
  • Make extra repayments to pay off your loan faster, with no extra fees
  • Choose the frequency of your repayments (weekly, fortnightly or monthly)
  • If you’d like to switch between principal and interest and interest only repayments or vice versa on your variable loan, contact one of our home loan specialists who will talk to you about your options

For more tips and options available with a variable rate home loan see getting the most out of your home loan.

   

LVR stands for 'Loan to Value Ratio' and it's the amount you’re looking to borrow, calculated as a percentage of the value of the property you want to buy (as assessed by ANZ). For instance if you’re borrowing $400,000 to buy a $500,000 property, your LVR would be 80% (because $400,000 is 80% of $500,000).

LVR is important because it may affect your borrowing power. Generally, the lower the LVR the better, as it carries less risk for the lender. If your LVR is above 80% (that is, you're looking to borrow more than 80% of the value of the property you want to buy), you may need to pay Lenders Mortgage Insurance (LMI). This insurance protects the lender - ANZ, not you - if you default on your home loan and there’s a shortfall following the sale of the property. Generally speaking the higher your LVR, the more LMI will cost.

Learn more about ANZ LMI with our Key Fact Sheet (PDF 370kB) or read our article on Lenders Mortgage Insurance.

*Property value is ANZ's valuation of the security property and may be different to the price you pay for a property.

 

Interest is calculated based on the unpaid daily balance of your loan. For example, if you had a loan balance of $150,000 and your interest rate was 6% p.a., your interest charge would be: $150,000 x 6% divided by 365 days = $24.66 for that day. For most ANZ Home Loans, interest is usually calculated daily and charged monthly. For details refer to the ANZ Consumer Lending Terms and Conditions (PDF 412kB) and your letter of offer.

   

A comparison rate is designed to help you work out the total cost of a home loan by building the known costs like up-front and ongoing fees into that rate. It doesn’t include things like government charges, redraw fees or fee waivers. 

You can use comparison rates to help you compare the cost of different home loans with similar features. When deciding which home loan is right for you, it’s important to think about what features each home loan offers, and how much these matter to you. Keep in mind that you may not necessarily pay the comparison rate that is advertised for your loan type.  This is because, for example, you may not pay all the fees and charges which the comparison rate includes.

   

If you choose interest only, the minimum payment amount on your loan will be lower during the interest only period because you are not required to repay any of the loan principal. You will have to repay the principal down the track and so you may end up paying more over the life of your loan. There may be additional restrictions on the amount you can borrow or loan type you can select if you choose to pay interest only.

Choosing to repay principal and interest means that, with each repayment, you're paying off interest charges as well as some of the loan principal.

Learn more about payment types.

   

The information on this page does not take into account your personal needs and financial circumstances and you should consider whether it is appropriate for you and read the relevant terms and conditionsProduct Disclosure Statement and the ANZ Financial Services Guide (PDF 150kB) before acquiring any product. 

All applications for credit are subject to ANZ credit approval criteria. Product terms and conditions are available on application.

This is an estimate for illustrative purposes only and is based on the limited information provided. It does not constitute an offer of credit. To apply for an ANZ Home Loan you must complete an application.

The estimated repayment amount does not include any fees or charges.

If a Variable Rate Loan is selected, the interest rate will be subject to change throughout the term of the Loan, which can impact on repayment amounts.

Results are based on approximate amortised scheduled repayments and do not take into account interest rate changes or other events that may change repayment amounts on a loan.

For fixed rate loans, once the fixed rate period expires, the loan reverts to a variable rate loan and repayment amounts will change.

For interest only loans, once the interest only period expires, the loan will revert to the applicable variable rate loan for the remainder of the loan term (unless another interest only period is taken). At the end of the interest only period, minimum repayment amounts may increase to cover principal and interest. Interest only loans are not for everyone and you should consider if this is the right strategy for you.

Interest rates are current as at  and are subject to change.

ANZ Home Loans are available for periods between of at least 1 year and up to 30 years in duration.

ANZ Home Loans are available for a minimum of $20,000 for new Standard Variable and new Fixed Rate loans and $50,000 for new Simplicity PLUS home loans. This calculator has been set to a maximum of $9,900,000 but you can apply for a higher amount.

Applications for credit are subject to ANZ credit approval criteria. Terms and conditions, and fees and charges apply. Australian credit licence number 234527.

The interest rate shown includes an interest rate discount from the index rate and applies to home loan applications or renewals submitted on and from 19 March 2022. For ANZ Standard Variable, this discount is  for loans with a Loan to Value Ratio (LVR) of greater than 80% and  for loans with a LVR 80% or less. For ANZ Fixed, this discount is  for loans with a LVR greater than 80% and  for loans with a LVR 80% or less. This interest rate discount is not available for eligible loans linked to an existing Breakfree Package. Eligible loans linked to the Breakfree Package will receive an interest rate discount under the Breakfree Package. To view rates that apply to loans linked to the ANZ Breakfree Package and for more information, see here.

* The rate shown is the Simplicity PLUS Home Loan index less the applicable special offer discount. Rates are subject to change. Eligibility criteria apply to special offer discounts, including $50,000 or more in new or additional ANZ lending. Offers can be withdrawn or changed anytime.

LVR is the amount you're looking to borrow, calculated as a percentage of the value of the property you want to buy. Property value is ANZ's valuation of the security property and may be different to the price you pay for a property.

ANZ may provide pre-approval (also known as approval in principle or conditional approval) to eligible customers who apply for an ANZ home loan and complete an application form and satisfy any other applicable requirements. Pre-approval is an approval for a loan subject to conditions being met, including that security is satisfactory to ANZ. Australian Credit Licence Number 234527.

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The rate shown is the Simplicity PLUS Home Loan index less the applicable special offer discount. Rates are subject to change. Eligibility criteria apply to special offer discounts, including $50,000 or more in new or additional ANZ lending. Offers can be withdrawn or changed anytime.

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Interest rates shown on this page are current as at  and are subject to change. For all applicable fees & charges please see the ANZ Personal Banking Account Fees and Charges (PDF 139kB)ANZ Personal Banking General Fees and Charges (PDF 155kB) and your letter of offer.

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Comparison rate calculated on a loan amount of $150,000 over a term of 25 years based on monthly payments, including any applicable interest rate discounts. These rates are for secured loans only.

WARNING: This Comparison Rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate.

For interest only variable loans, the comparison rates are based on an initial 5 year interest only term. For fixed rate interest only loans, the comparison rates are based on an initial interest only period equal in term to the fixed period.

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Property value is ANZ's valuation of the security property and may be different to the price you pay for a property.

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ANZ Mobile Lenders operate as an independently operated ANZ Mortgage Solutions franchise of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) ABN 11 005 357 522. Australian Credit Licence Number 234527.

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