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    I want to find an online calculator that will tell me how much my loan will be in X amount of years. For eg, If I want to pay my loan off in 10 yrs, I can find a calculator that will tell me how much I will need to pay each week, but it wont tell me what the balance will be in, say, 3 years. ANZ used to do this (show a yearly balance) but not anymore.

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    I think the greater.com.au might?

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    There is a commonwealth bank phone app (called prop.guide) and you can do exactly that. You can add ur deposit, change the years, change the interest rate etc. very easy to use.

    We don't have a mortgage with them (but our banking is with them) but I find the app the easiest to follow in sense of how fast to pay our home off

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    Thanks all. Comm bank was the best.

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    Default Mortgage calculator

    The government money smart website also has heaps of calculators. Really good because it also shows extra repayments (if you want) at different times too


 

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