At Seek Financial we pride ourselves on offering a personalised approach to your financial needs, with access to multiple banks, an expert team of friendly brokers and the flexibility to work around your schedule.
But maybe before you arrange a time to sit down and chat over coffee, you want to do a little research yourself?
If you already have a loan or are looking at a new mortgage, you may have used an online loan calculator at some time or another. They’re really handy and easy to navigate.
Whether you’re seeing if that house you want is within your budget, or if your current repayments are competitive, these calculators are a great way to see where you stand and how your finance stacks up.
What you may not realise is that there are a whole host of other calculators that can help you get an even clearer understanding of your finances, and what options you have within your budget.
We wanted to be able to provide you with this useful resource, so we’ve added them to our website. However, you’ll not only find a Loan Repayment Calculator, you’ll also be able to use our:
- Split Loan Calculator
- Borrowing Power Calculator
- Savings Calculator
- Loan Comparison Calculator
- Extra Repayment Calculator
- Stamp Duty Calculator
- Budget Planner
- Leasing Calculator
- Income Tax Calculator
- Property Selling Cost Calculator
- Property Buying Cost Calculator
- Lump Sum Repayment Calculator
- Term Deposit
- Credit Card Calculator
- Home Loan Offset Calculator
- Honeymoon Loan Calculator
- How Long To Repay Calculator
- Reverse Mortgage Calculator
These calculators are really useful to get a big picture understanding of your financial situation in terms of buying property. Making sure you choose the right product can be a bit trickier.
When you’re ready, we’d love to help. So, if you’d like to go into more detail, we’d be happy to have a chat with you about what you’re looking for in property finance, and maybe help you find the right solution.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.
The above information is general in nature. It has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs.