Easy Tools to Simplify Your Mortgage

Easy Tools to Simplify Your Mortgage

A mortgage is an important financial service that lets homeowners leverage the value inherent in their property. Deciding to take out a mortgage on your home is a big step because it will have financial repercussions for many years to come. Savvy homeowners can help themselves make sense of their mortgage options with the help of a simple to use online mortgage calculator. We offer one of these calculators on the City Creek Mortgage website for our customers to use. Once you understand how this simple tool works, you can use it to make more informed decisions about your financial future.

Why Bother Calculating?

Monthly mortgage payments have to be part of the household budget. Depending on the sort of mortgage product you select, you might make the same payments throughout the lifetime of the loan or a slightly different amount. You can see the differences between your options just by entering some basic information. With some hard numbers to refer to, you can see more clearly which option is going to suit your lifestyle and your needs best.

How to Use a Mortgage Calculator

The mortgage calculator you will find on our website requires only a few basic pieces of information. To get started, you will need to know some basic loan information, including:

  • The price of the home you wish to mortgage
  • Any down payment associated with the loan
  • The relevant percentage rate
  • The loan structure of your mortgage

These four pieces of information will provide you with the monthly payment associated with that mortgage. You can even see how much money is applied to the loan principle, interest, and insurance.  Experiment with different values and loan types to discover the differences between your options. Then you can choose the mortgage loan that best suits your needs and personal finances.

City Creek Mortgage provides several other valuable financial calculators on our website. Use these to get a more precise look at your personal financial circumstances.