Calculate your home loan repayments from weekly, fortnightly and monthly repayments.
Fortnightly Repayment Analysis Made Simple
The fortnightly repayment calculator can help borrowers find how much loan term and interest can be saved if they make 1/2 or 1/4 of monthly repayments every two weeks or one week.
There are several methods to calculate repayments for fortnightly and weekly repayments. One is the "Actuarial Method" which calculates the minimum repayments such that the loan can be paid off at the end of the term, not sooner or later. It calculates the true fortnightly and weekly repayments. In the other method called the "Half Monthly Repayment Method" which calculates fortnightly and weekly repayments simply by dividing the monthly repayment by two and four respectively. As per this method, the fortnightly or weekly repayments will be higher than the actuarial method resulting in the borrowers making extra repayments over the same 12-month period. The borrowers will repay the loan sooner and also save some interest. Our calculator is based on the second method.
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These calculators are supplied by our industrial partner MFAA. The calculator has been provided in good faith as a guidance tool only. Results are not financial advice, are a guide only, and are not a guaranteed outcome or quote. Borrowers should always discuss their individual situation with an Australian Credit Licensee or authorised Credit Representative (such as Wealthy You)
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