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# Bi-Weekly Mortgage Payment Calculator

### How much will my payments be with a true bi-weekly mortgage loan?

Calculate the payment amount for a bi-weekly (every 2 weeks) mortgage loan. Bi-Weekly mortgages may work well if you get paid every 2 weeks (i.e. every other Friday) and want to make a payment on your home each payday instead of just once a month. Note that this is a true bi-weekly calculation amortized over the length entered. It is not necessarily the same as paying half a monthly mortgage payment every 2 weeks, which would pay the loan sooner than its original length. Enter your sale price, any down payment you're making, the interest rate and the length of the loan. This calculator will then show you the bi-weekly principal and interest payment, the total amount of interest you will pay and the total amount of money you will spend over the life of the loan. You can also enter the points and other closing costs and roll those into your loan. You can even enter an additional payment amount you intend to add to each bi-weekly payment to work down your principal and the calculator will show you the anticipated payoff time. You can display and/or print the amortization schedule for your loan.

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rachat de credit   Find and pick some good points from you and it aids me to solve a problem, thanks. - Henry - 11/28/2010 7:25:54 PM

Beth   Wonderful calculator! Thanks so much! It is amazing how simple it really is to pay those monsters (a mortgage) off! - 2/17/2008 3:26:29 PM

## Field Help

Input Fields

TitleA title for these calculator results that will help you identify it if you have printed out several versions of the calculator.

LenderThe name of your potential lender. This field is not required but may help if you have printed out several loan scenarios.

Sale PriceThe sale price for your property. (NOT the amount of money you plan to borrow.)

Down PaymentThe amount of money you plan to put as a down payment on your property.

Interest RateThe annual percentage rate you will pay for this loan.

Length of LoanHow long you will pay on this loan. Also choose whether 'Length of Loan' is years or payments (bi-weekly).

Additional PrincipalThe additional amount you will add to each payment (over the required 'Bi-Weekly Payment' amount) to pay down the principal on your loan.

PointsThe number of points (or percentage of the loan amount) you'll be paying to close this loan. Check 'Roll into Loan' if the cost of the loan points is being financed and included in the 'Loan Amount'.

Other Closing CostsAny other costs you'll be paying during the closing of your loan. These might be costs like the appraisal, property taxes, property insurance, title insurance, realtor fees, etc. Check 'Roll into Loan' if your closing costs (not to include loan points) is being financed and included in the 'Loan Amount'.

Output Fields

Bi-Weekly Payment'Principal' + 'Interest' + 'Additional Principal' (where applicable) to be paid every 2 weeks. Actual payment could include escrow for insurance and property taxes plus private mortgage insurance (PMI).

Loan Amount'Sale Price' - 'Down Payment' + 'Points' (if rolled into loan) + 'Other Closing Costs' (if rolled into loan).

Total InterestTotal amount of interest you will pay over 'Length of Loan'.

Total PaidTotal amount of principal + interest you will pay over 'Length of Loan'.

Payoff TimeAmount of time until the loan is paid off.

Number of PaymentsThe number of payments you will make to pay off the loan.

Annual CostThe amount of money you will pay each year for this loan.

Points AmountThe points percentage applied to the amount you borrow gives the dollar amount the loan points will cost.

Total Property CostTotal cost of this property when you include the 'Sale Price', 'Points Amount', 'Other Closing Costs' and the 'Total Interest' to be paid on the mortgage.