How to use the “ARC”  Amortization Refinance Calculator The Mortgage Tools TM
Enter in the Month the existing loan was originally closed here. The Mortgage Tools TM
The Mortgage Tools TM
The Mortgage Tools Enter in the Year the existing loan was originally closed here. The Mortgage Tools TM
The Mortgage Tools TM
Enter in the number of years the existing loan was for here. The Mortgage Tools TM
The ARC Calculator defaults to 12 payments per year. The Mortgage Tools TM
Enter in the original loan amount here. The Mortgage Tools TM
Enter in the original interest rate on the existing loan here. The Mortgage Tools TM
The Mortgage Tools TM
Entering in Annual Taxes, Annual Homeowners Ins and Mortgage Insurance is optional. Click on the “Calculate Mortgage” butt...
Enter in the Month you would close the new refinance here. The Mortgage Tools TM
The Mortgage Tools TM
Enter in the Year you would close the new refinance here. The Mortgage Tools TM
Enter in the number of years the existing loan was for here. The Mortgage Tools TM
Enter in the new refinance loan amount here. The Mortgage Tools TM
Select the new interest rate here. The Mortgage Tools TM
Entering in Annual Taxes, Annual Homeowners Ins and Mortgage Insurance is optional. Click on the “Calculate Mortgage” butt...
The Mortgage Tools TM Comparison Data: Monthly Pmt Savings = saving $79.16 per month on the new loan.
The Mortgage Tools TM ROI Date is the date when the new mortgage balance will be lower than the original loan if you never...
The Mortgage Tools TM Early Payoff is how many months the loan would be paid off early.  In this case there is no early pa...
The Mortgage Tools TM Real Interest Savings is how much less interest would be on the new loan compared to the existing loan
The Mortgage Tools TM Here’s where the magic is! Let’s choose making an extra payment from the start of the loan equal to ...
The Mortgage Tools TM Put the monthly savings info in these 3 boxes and click on“Re-calculate”
The Mortgage Tools TM What a difference! New loan paid off in 12/2016. Pay off new loan 49 months early. Save 29,689.47 in...
But wait – any calculator can do that……. This is where the fun begins. The Mortgage Tools TM
The Mortgage Tools TM And the fun begins. Now enter a yearly amount – say like Federal Income Tax refund every April for $...
The Mortgage Tools TM Look at the savings now.
The Mortgage Tools TM Enter a 3 rd  scenario. Your client will pay off an auto loan 9 months from now and will put the $35...
The Mortgage Tools TM 9 months from now and will be Nov of 2009.  36 pmts would be thru Oct 2012. The pmt amount is $350 p...
The Mortgage Tools TM Look at the savings! The refinanced loan will have a lower loan amount than the existing loan in 10/...
The Mortgage Tools TM It will be paid off 108 months earlier than the existing loan.
The Mortgage Tools TM And the savings in interest is $84,012.62 Ready for another scenario? Run as many scenarios as you l...
The Mortgage Tools TM <ul><li>That’s right – run as many scenarios as you can think of, such as: </li></ul><ul><li>Make ex...
“ Make extra  MONTHLY  payments from the start of the loan thru the end of the loan.” This is the same as all Amortization...
“ Make extra  MONTHLY  payments from a date in the future for a specified period of time.” If you have a vehicle that is a...
“ Make extra  MONTHLY  payments from a date in the future thru the end of the loan.” Let’s say that 60 months from now, re...
“ Make extra  YEARLY  payments from the start of the loan thru the end of the loan.” Every year you get a Federal Tax Refu...
“ Make extra  YEARLY  payments from a date in the future for a specified period of time.” In this example, you want to tak...
“ Make extra  YEARLY  payments from a date in the future thru the end of the loan.” In 5 years you will begin receiving di...
Truly endless combinations of extra payment scenarios.  Have a suggestion of one we could put in as an example?  Send it o...
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  1. 1. How to use the “ARC” Amortization Refinance Calculator The Mortgage Tools TM
  2. 2. Enter in the Month the existing loan was originally closed here. The Mortgage Tools TM
  3. 3. The Mortgage Tools TM
  4. 4. The Mortgage Tools Enter in the Year the existing loan was originally closed here. The Mortgage Tools TM
  5. 5. The Mortgage Tools TM
  6. 6. Enter in the number of years the existing loan was for here. The Mortgage Tools TM
  7. 7. The ARC Calculator defaults to 12 payments per year. The Mortgage Tools TM
  8. 8. Enter in the original loan amount here. The Mortgage Tools TM
  9. 9. Enter in the original interest rate on the existing loan here. The Mortgage Tools TM
  10. 10. The Mortgage Tools TM
  11. 11. Entering in Annual Taxes, Annual Homeowners Ins and Mortgage Insurance is optional. Click on the “Calculate Mortgage” button and a complete Amortization Calculator will appear. The Mortgage Tools TM
  12. 12. Enter in the Month you would close the new refinance here. The Mortgage Tools TM
  13. 13. The Mortgage Tools TM
  14. 14. Enter in the Year you would close the new refinance here. The Mortgage Tools TM
  15. 15. Enter in the number of years the existing loan was for here. The Mortgage Tools TM
  16. 16. Enter in the new refinance loan amount here. The Mortgage Tools TM
  17. 17. Select the new interest rate here. The Mortgage Tools TM
  18. 18. Entering in Annual Taxes, Annual Homeowners Ins and Mortgage Insurance is optional. Click on the “Calculate Mortgage” button and a complete Amortization Calculator will appear. The Mortgage Tools TM
  19. 19. The Mortgage Tools TM Comparison Data: Monthly Pmt Savings = saving $79.16 per month on the new loan.
  20. 20. The Mortgage Tools TM ROI Date is the date when the new mortgage balance will be lower than the original loan if you never refinanced the original loan. In this case it doesn’t catch up!
  21. 21. The Mortgage Tools TM Early Payoff is how many months the loan would be paid off early. In this case there is no early payoff.
  22. 22. The Mortgage Tools TM Real Interest Savings is how much less interest would be on the new loan compared to the existing loan
  23. 23. The Mortgage Tools TM Here’s where the magic is! Let’s choose making an extra payment from the start of the loan equal to the monthly savings on the new loan
  24. 24. The Mortgage Tools TM Put the monthly savings info in these 3 boxes and click on“Re-calculate”
  25. 25. The Mortgage Tools TM What a difference! New loan paid off in 12/2016. Pay off new loan 49 months early. Save 29,689.47 in interest ! If they are staying in the home past 12/2016 then this client needs to refinance. They will save a grundle!
  26. 26. But wait – any calculator can do that……. This is where the fun begins. The Mortgage Tools TM
  27. 27. The Mortgage Tools TM And the fun begins. Now enter a yearly amount – say like Federal Income Tax refund every April for $850. Then click on recalculate
  28. 28. The Mortgage Tools TM Look at the savings now.
  29. 29. The Mortgage Tools TM Enter a 3 rd scenario. Your client will pay off an auto loan 9 months from now and will put the $350 per month car payment into the house payment until they are ready for a new car - let’s say for 36 months.
  30. 30. The Mortgage Tools TM 9 months from now and will be Nov of 2009. 36 pmts would be thru Oct 2012. The pmt amount is $350 per month. Click on the Re-calculate button
  31. 31. The Mortgage Tools TM Look at the savings! The refinanced loan will have a lower loan amount than the existing loan in 10/2010.
  32. 32. The Mortgage Tools TM It will be paid off 108 months earlier than the existing loan.
  33. 33. The Mortgage Tools TM And the savings in interest is $84,012.62 Ready for another scenario? Run as many scenarios as you like!
  34. 34. The Mortgage Tools TM <ul><li>That’s right – run as many scenarios as you can think of, such as: </li></ul><ul><li>Make extra monthly payments from the start of the loan thru the end of the loan. </li></ul><ul><li>Make extra monthly payments from a date in the future for a specified period of time. </li></ul><ul><li>Make extra monthly payments from a date in the future thru the end of the loan. </li></ul><ul><li>Make extra yearly payments from the start of the loan thru the end of the loan. </li></ul><ul><li>Make extra yearly payments from a date in the future for a specified period of time. </li></ul><ul><li>Make extra yearly payments from a date in the future thru the end of the loan. </li></ul><ul><li>Examples? </li></ul>
  35. 35. “ Make extra MONTHLY payments from the start of the loan thru the end of the loan.” This is the same as all Amortization calculators. Add in an extra monthly payment such as in a refinance. Saving $300 per month? Add $300 a month extra to the new loan. The Mortgage Tools TM
  36. 36. “ Make extra MONTHLY payments from a date in the future for a specified period of time.” If you have a vehicle that is about to be paid off that has a monthly payment of $350 then you can put in the date the vehicle will be paid off and start paying the $350 per month into your mortgage. If you are going to wait 36 months before you purchase a new vehicle at $350 per month, then you can put in the $350 per month payment into the mortgage for the 36 months (or whatever other number you prefer). The Mortgage Tools TM
  37. 37. “ Make extra MONTHLY payments from a date in the future thru the end of the loan.” Let’s say that 60 months from now, retirement income will come in and you want all the retirement income to go towards the house payment until the loan is paid off. Just put in the date you want to start paying, and how much per month. The Mortgage Tools TM
  38. 38. “ Make extra YEARLY payments from the start of the loan thru the end of the loan.” Every year you get a Federal Tax Refund and you want to pay down your mortgage with it. Just put in the date you want to start, and it will calculate the savings thru the remainder of the loan. The Mortgage Tools TM
  39. 39. “ Make extra YEARLY payments from a date in the future for a specified period of time.” In this example, you want to take your IRS refund and pay it on the mortgage balance, but you want to take the first two years tax refunds and pay off other debt for 2 years, and then pay it on the mortgage for 5 years. Just put in the start date, end date and extra payment amount. The Mortgage Tools TM
  40. 40. “ Make extra YEARLY payments from a date in the future thru the end of the loan.” In 5 years you will begin receiving dividends from an employer and you want all the money every single year to go into your mortgage thru the end of the loan. Just select the start date and your done. The Mortgage Tools TM
  41. 41. Truly endless combinations of extra payment scenarios. Have a suggestion of one we could put in as an example? Send it over! The Mortgage Tools TM

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