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Old 21-03-2007, 7:06 PM
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Default part/part repayment calculator?

Can anyone point me to a repayment calculator that will let me modify part and part (io / repayment) amounts with my own interest rate etc?

Thanks in advance
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Old 23-03-2007, 8:18 AM
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Anybody seen one? I still cant find anything....

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Old 23-03-2007, 9:02 AM
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Default then search for the mortgage calculator.
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Old 23-03-2007, 10:28 AM
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Originally Posted by silvercar View Post then search for the mortgage calculator.

Thanks for trying but not quite I've seen loads of lender ones except they all start with you putting in your income etc then only let you proceed with what they calculate!! I already have my AIP and stuff I just want to dice with the figures a bit to see the best plan of action.

I did find a couple finally just a few mins ago. so for anyone else....
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Old 23-01-2010, 9:58 AM
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I was looking for the same thing and have found this one
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ING Direct have a very helpful calculator based on IO/Repayment - just choose from the drop down list.

Obviously the rates you choose will be based on their offers but it should give you some idea.
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Old 23-01-2010, 10:53 AM
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I think you might mean a snowball calculator?
That way you can play around with interest rates/repayments and find the easiest way for you to pay off in your own situation?
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