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Pool loan monthly payment calculator
Dive into how much you'll pay each month for your new backyard oasis.
Getting a pool can be great for getting in shape or hosting your next summer party — and a loan can help offset the upfront costs. Check out our calculator below to see how much you might owe each month and in total based on your loan amount, interest rate and term. This can help you compare different lenders to find the best option for you.
Pool loan repayment calculatorSee how much you'll pay
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How to use this pool loan calculator
- Enter how much you want to borrow under Loan amount.
- Enter your loan term in years (not months) under the Loan terms field.
- Type in your loan’s interest rate if it doesn’t come with any fees under Interest rate. If your loan does come with fees, enter the annual percentage rate (APR), which includes interest and fees combined.
- Click Calculate.
- Review your results.
Not only will our calculator show your monthly repayments, but also how much you’ll pay in interest over the life of your loan.
Compare loans for your new pool
When you’re choosing a loan to finance your new pool, knowing how much you’ll pay in the short and long run is crucial to figuring out which is the best deal. You can learn more about your different options by reading our guide to pool loans.
Need to calculate something different? Check out our full list of personal finance calculators.
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