Borrowing power calculator
Use our borrowing power calculator to estimate your ability to borrow more funds. Generally speaking, a person or company with a high number of valuable assets and a low amount of debt is likely to have greater borrowing power, and vice-versa. Just input your income, loan and expense details; as well as any credit card limits; and you’ll see a detailed breakdown of how much you can borrow, and the relevant monthly, fortnightly and weekly repayments. If you’d like to know more about how to pay down debt, increase your borrowing power, refinance your existing loans or undertake a loan comparison, speak to one of our Finance team members today. We can help you determine which existing loans you should pay off first, whether or not you’re getting the best deal you could be, and also act as your advocate with lenders the next time you’re taking out a loan.
- Borrowing power calculator
- Budget planner
- Comparison rate calculator
- Compound interest calculator
- Credit card calculator
- Extra repayment calculator
- Fortnightly repayment calculator
- Home loan offset calculator
- How long to repay calculator
- Income annualisation calculator
- Income gross-up calculator
- Income tax calculator
- Interest only mortgage calculator
- Introductory rate loan calculator
- Leasing calculator
- Loan comparison calculator
- Loan repayment calculator
- Lump sum repayment calculator
- Mortgage switching calculator
- Property buying cost calculator
- Property selling cost calculator
- Rent vs buy calculator
- Reverse mortgage calculator
- Saving calculator
- Savings goal calculator – how long to save
- Savings goal calculator – how much to deposit
- Split loan calculator
- Stamp duty calculator
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