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Working the mortgage numbers

For most people buying a home will be their biggest purchase in life, and probably the biggest debt they will ever take on. Do you know how much home you can afford, or perhaps SHOULD afford? How much that will cost you on a monthly basis? If you already own a home, do you know how much interest you'll be paying in total? How much sooner you could get rid of your mortgage with an extra monthly payment? Check it out in this weeks downloads!

During the summer, I am providing an instruction for each of my worksheet on how to work with them. Check out the latest batch todays!

I am always open to new suggestions or requests - do reach out and I might make a new spreadsheet or article based on your questions! Reach out by e-mail or via the website

THIS WEEK

I spent a lot of my early time on this website explaining the basics of mortgages, as this might be one of the biggest financial decision one can make. With that in mind I made a mortgage calculator, or actually two – an international version and a version that uses all the relevant legal limits for the Netherlands. Check it out!
While it might be a discussion on whether or not it is better to buy than rent, it is good to know the numbers associated with your situation to make an informed decision. For this reason, I build a calculator to create your own personal (adaptive) amortization schedule.
Check out the downloads NOW!

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