Use our loan repayment calculator to estimate your potential loan repayments. Input borrowed amount, repayment duration and interest to see a total repayable figure, as well as weekly, fortnightly and monthly estimated repayments.
I’d like to borrow (up to $5,000,000)
Loan duration: 9years
With an interest rate of (up to 99%)
I am an
Loan Amount: $2,400
*The repayments shown by our personal loan repayment calculator is an estimate based on the information you provided. Actual repayment amounts may vary depending on your individual circumstances.
Step 1: Enter a loan amount.
Type in the amount of money that you’re looking at borrowing. You can select any amount up to $5,000,000.
Step 2: Select a loan duration.
This is also referred to as a loan term or repayment period. It refers to the amount of time that you’ll have to repay your loan. You’ll have the option to select a duration between 2 and 30 years.
Step 3: Pick your interest rate.
Select the interest rate that you’ll be required to pay on top of your loan.
Step 4: calculate your repayments
Click the Calculate Repayments button. You’ll be shown your total repayments (principal amount + interest). You'll also be shown your estimated regular repayments on a weekly, fortnightly and monthly basis.
A personal loan calculator can help you calculate your weekly, fortnightly or monthly repayments. However, the overall cost of your loan depends on a number of different factors like interest rates and fees.
The interest rate you receive on your personal loan varies depending on a number of factors. If you have a good credit score you will most likely have access to lower interest rates. This is largely due to the fact you’re considered less risky to the lender. Interest rates are also largely based on the amount you apply for. Small, medium and large personal loans all have different terms and rates of interest.
Personal loans will often have fees attached to them. Some lenders will charge the following fees on their personal loans:
Before committing to a personal loan, you should check if you can comfortably fit the regular loan repayments in your budget. Making higher repayments means you’ll pay off your loan quicker and you’ll likely be charged less interest. Most lenders will give you the option of choosing between weekly, fortnightly and monthly repayments.
A secured loan requires you to attach an asset to your loan as collateral (such as a car, boat or house). This is to reduce the level of risk that lenders take on when providing you with a loan. Secured loans also often come with lower interest rates due to this reduced risk. Unsecured loans on the other hand don’t require you to provide any collateral. These loans are usually for smaller amounts of money to to the increase in risk that the lenders take on.
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