A curated selection of our most helpful articles to get you into your first home sooner.
Home loan calculators
Crunch the numbers with our home loan calculators.
Aussie's home loan calculators will crunch the numbers and help you get a better understanding of your home loan requirements.
“What if I make extra repayments?”
See how much time and money you’d save with regular extra repayments.
“How much interest am I paying?”
Keep track of your home loan. See how you can steadily reduce the principal over the term of your loan.
“Should I split my loan?”
Use our split loan calculator to understand what happens if you put part of your loan on a fixed interest rate and part on a variable rate.
“Will I save if I make a lump sum repayment?”
Got extra cash? Putting that lump sum towards paying off your home loan could save you thousands in the long run.
“How can I save a deposit for my next loan?”
Use our savings target calculator to see what you could save by making regular deposits into a high interest rate account.
“How much stamp duty will I pay?”
Stamp duty can add a big chunk to the cost of buying a property. We’ll help you figure out exactly what you have to pay in each state.
How much can I borrow?
The information provided by this borrowing power calculator should be treated as a guide only, and not be relied on as true indication of your home loan repayments, or a quote or indication of pre-qualification for any home loan product.
Aussie’s borrowing power calculator calculates the potential amount you may be able to borrow for a home loan based on a number of factors about the borrower’s personal financial situation and a number of assumptions. Please see our calculator assumptions for full details. Applications for finance are subject credit approval. Full terms and conditions will be included in any loan offer. Fees and charges are payable.
Important to remember
What are my mortgage repayments?
The information provided by this home loan repayment calculator should be treated as a guide only, and not be relied on as true indication of your home loan repayments, or a quote or indication of pre-qualification for any home loan product.
The calculator default rate is based on an owner occupier loan with a loan to valuation ratio of less than or equal to 80% and borrowings under $500,000.
Important to remember
How often should I refinance?
Proud Aussie Moments
Hear from our customers who bought their first home with the help of Aussie.
"Jonathan's now helped us twice with our home loan. The first time he saved us 0.4% on our existing loan and the second time he arranged an increase so we can renovate our home in time for the arrival of our third child. If it wasn't for Jonathan, we'd be sharing one bathroom with three kids and our baby would be sleeping on the veranda."
-John L, QLD.
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