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Calculate your maximum borrowing capacity for a mortgage with this helpful tool. Input your income, expenses, and desired loan term to estimate the loan amount you may be eligible for. This calculator considers factors such as debt-to-income ratio and interest rates to provide an accurate borrowing estimate.

Mortgage Application Type:
1st Applicant Income
2nd Applicant Income
How much can I borrow for a mortgage?

Based on your current income details, you will be able to borrow between

£ and £

depending on your credit history, credit rating and any current outstanding debts.

Warning: House purchases above £125,000.00 are subject to Stamp Duty, you can calculate how much Stamp Duty you have to pay here .

Details used in this Mortgage Calculation


What is Mortgage Calculator

A Mortgage Calculator is a tool used to estimate monthly mortgage payments and total interest costs based on various factors such as loan amount, interest rate, loan term, and down payment.

To use a Mortgage Calculator, you typically need to provide the following information:

  1. Loan Amount: The total amount of money you plan to borrow for your mortgage.
  2. Interest Rate: The annual interest rate on the mortgage loan.
  3. Loan Term: The length of time over which you plan to repay the mortgage (usually in years).
  4. Down Payment: The initial payment made towards the purchase of the property, expressed as a percentage of the total property value.

Based on this information, the Mortgage Calculator will estimate:

  • Monthly Mortgage Payment: The calculated amount you will need to pay each month towards your mortgage, including principal and interest.
  • Total Interest Cost: The estimated total amount of interest you will pay over the entire loan term.
  • Total Cost of Mortgage: The sum of the loan amount and total interest cost, giving you an idea of the overall cost of the mortgage.

Some Mortgage Calculators may also provide additional information such as:

  • Amortization Schedule: A table or graph showing the breakdown of each monthly payment, including how much goes towards principal and interest.
  • Affordability Analysis: An estimation of how much you can afford to borrow based on your income, expenses, and other financial factors.

Please note that Mortgage Calculators provide estimates and do not take into account other costs associated with homeownership, such as property taxes, insurance, and maintenance fees. It's recommended to consult with a mortgage lender or financial advisor for accurate and personalized information regarding mortgage options, interest rates, and affordability.

Mortgage Calculator Example

Sure! Here's an example table demonstrating how a Mortgage Calculator can help you determine how much you can borrow:


  • Loan Term: 30 years
  • Interest Rate: 4%
  • Monthly Debts: $500
  • Property Taxes: $200
  • Homeowners Insurance: $100
Monthly Income Maximum Debt-to-Income Ratio Monthly Debts Maximum Mortgage Payment Property Taxes Homeowners Insurance Maximum Borrowing Amount
$5,000 0.36 $500 $1,300 $200 $100 $229,760
$7,000 0.36 $500 $1,820 $200 $100 $321,664
$10,000 0.36 $500 $2,600 $200 $100 $459,520
$5,000 0.40 $500 $1,500 $200 $100 $266,720
$7,000 0.40 $500 $2,100 $200 $100 $373,408
$10,000 0.40 $500 $3,000 $200 $100 $532,640

In the example table above, we assume different monthly income levels and debt-to-income ratios. Based on these inputs, the Mortgage Calculator determines the maximum mortgage payment you can afford, factoring in the monthly debts, property taxes, and homeowners insurance.

The maximum borrowing amount is then calculated by considering the loan term, interest rate, and the maximum mortgage payment you can afford. This represents an estimate of how much you may be able to borrow based on your income and expenses.

It's important to note that this is a simplified example, and actual mortgage calculations may vary depending on various factors, including credit score, loan program, and lender requirements. It's always advisable to consult with a mortgage lender or financial advisor for personalized guidance and accurate calculations based on your specific financial situation.