Calculate your repayments & total interest under different fixed & variable rate scenarios with the Split Loan Calculator.

Split Loan Analysis Made Simple

The mortgage switching calculator helps determine whether switching to a new loan is the right option for you.


Splitting a home loan into fixed and variable rate portions can provide insurance against future changes in interest rates that no one can predict. This tool can be really handy as it is able to show you what you could save by splitting your loan with a variable and fixed portion.

Please note that it is crucial that you understand the contract that you will be entering into with the lender before you apply for a fixed rate home loan. We encourage you to contact us at Wealthy You to discuss the lender, loan type and loan terms most appropriate for your needs.

Allow us to step in. We'll save you the hassle!

When you’re ready to get exact calculations for your specific needs, Wealthy You's mortgage brokers are here to do the sums for you. Contact us for a cost and obligation free chat to discuss your requirements in more detail. Your mortgage broker will calculate all the figures you need and they’ll also compare a wide choice of Australia’s leading lenders to find the most suitable home loan for you.

Disclaimer Notice:

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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