Downloadable Mortgage Calculator

What Will My Payments Be?
Use the above calculator to calculate mortgage payments, including taxes, insurance and PMI.

Calculator Instructions:

To access a PDF file, you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader program. This free software, and along with instructions on installation and use, is available at Adobe's website:  or Get Adobe Acrobat
This will allow the calculator to open in your browser.  If you would like to save a copy offline, click the icon, and you will be able to save the file on your local drive.
If you only see a blank page when you download the PDF, usually you are not waiting long enough for the file to download. If you have this problem, or would like to speed the download a bit, please try this: Instead of clicking on the link for the PDF, right-click. On the pop-up menu select "Save Target As" (Internet Explorer) or "Save Link As" (Netscape). Select the place on your hard drive to save the file, and the name. Once you click Save, the file will download to your computer hard drive. Once the file has downloaded, you can double-click on it to open it in Adobe Acrobat Reader. It is usually quicker to download the file this way, because it is downloading the file immediately instead of waiting for your Adobe Acrobat Reader program to open before downloading the file.


CAUTION: Please note that Adobe Acrobat Reader does not allow you to save your completed forms. You must completely fill in and print the forms in one operation. The ability to save completed forms is available commercially with the purchased, full version of Adobe Acrobat 3.0 (or later) product suite.


If you are having difficulty opening or downloading a PDF, please make sure you have the most recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. Older versions of the program have bugs that have been fixed in subsequent versions. If you need further help, try Adobe's customer support at:


Step by Step Instructions:
Before you start to fill out a form, please make sure that you have all the correct, final information available. You may wish to print the forms first, and fill them out by hand and ensure its accuracy before filling in the final form on your computer. Since Adobe Acrobat Reader does not allow you to save the form once it is filled out, you will be unable to go back and edit your completed form after you close the window containing your calculations.