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What is the best mortgage refinance calculator out there to play around with?

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Just did a google on mortgage refinance calculator and loads of them come up.

This seems quite exhaustive and dedicated to mortgage calculations only.

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@Jeff Widmer - Not required, click on the print the form in pdf. – DumbCoder Feb 21 '11 at 17:52

For the United States, I am a fan of the tools at the Washington Post (here's the refinance breakeven calculator). There's also this one that is mentioned by the New York Times, which also has some awesome real estate tools online.

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The Mortgage Professor has a comprehensive set of calculators, including for refinancing.

See also this article about how best to use all the refi calculators out there.

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I would like to add to the list too. It also has a bunch of tutorials on the process of buying real estate

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Numbermode as a well designed calculator that includes taxes and making extra payments. Also, I like their amortization schedule.

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