Mortgage Calculators



All lenders, typically focus on TDS (Total Debts Service Ratio) or GDS (Gross Debts Service Ratio) calculation for qualifying the mortgage application. The TDS ratio is maximum to 44% for most lenders. Different lenders use different qualifying rates and TDS Max Ratios to evaluate the mortgage applications. This is why the maximum mortgage amounts are different for different lenders. Here we introduce some useful formulated online calculators:


Mortgage Payment & Minimum Income
*** Fill up your number instead of the numbers in the fields. DON'T change the "Qualifying Rate" unless you know the qualifying rate for specific lender.

Important Notes:
1. The Qualifying Rate is ONLY used to qualify your mortgage application. It's not related to your actual rate!!!
2. Current Qualifying Rate for the most lenders is default rate in the field of Qualifying Rate
3. Few lenders use 5 Year Fixed Rate for qualifying
4. Few lenders use own 5 Year Posted Rate (4.45%) for qualifying
5. Different lenders use different rates for qualifying
6. Do Not Change The Qualifying Rate Unless You Know it.

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  • Mortgage Payment Calculation
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  • Different Mortgage Payment Plans
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  • Minimum Income Calculation
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Here are some useful mortgage calculation links from Filogix which is the Internet mortgage system provider for most lenders and all mortgage brokers:



Try to “apply Online” in our website. You will get a quote and mortgage planning immediately.



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