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Fairway Mortgage Calculators

Fairway mortgage calculators are designed to assist potential homebuyers with finding the home of their dreams. Our leading Mortgage Calculator can help to estimate your monthly mortgage payment. Fairway’s Rent vs. Buy Calculator is designed to inform potential homebuyers when it makes sense to start the homeownership journey. Our Fairway Refinance Calculator makes it simple for homebuyers to know when a refinance is right for them.

At Fairway, we understand that purchasing a home is generally one of the most important financial decisions you will make in your lifetime. It is essential to evaluate your options and make a plan that fits your financial needs. Explore these mortgage calculators to get started off on the right path to homeownership!

Mortgage Calculator

Breakdown & Schedule
Calculate what your potential mortgage options could be.
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Rent vs Buy Calculator

Total Cost & Comparison
See the potential upside to purchasing a home instead of renting.
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Refinance Calculator

Monthly & Total Payment
Potentially reduce your monthly payment or get cash out.
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Monthly mortgage payments reflect hypothetical principal and interest amounts rounded to the nearest dollar amount and include estimates for homeowners insurance, property taxes, and can be adjusted to include estimates for PMI (private mortgage insurance) and HOA (Homeowners Association) dues if/when applicable. These estimates do not account for all possible fees and costs which may apply. The figures and rates displayed herein are for educational purposes only and do not reflect an official mortgage loan offer or a commitment to lend. Any potential benefits from homeownership are based on individual factors. Contact your Fairway loan officer for more information regarding your specific situation.

*By refinancing your existing loan, your total finance charges may be higher over the life of the loan.