Yorkshire Building Society has several mortgage calculators on its website. Read on to learn how to use them.
Yorkshire Building Society is the third largest building society in the UK and offers a range of competitively priced mortgages.
Its website also includes a range of useful calculators to help you work out how much a mortgage could cost you in various scenarios.
Below, we explore what calculators are available, what they will teach you and how to work them.
More mortgage calculators
How much can I borrow?
Estimate the size of mortgage that will be available to you based on factors like your income and deposit.
How much will it cost?
Estimate your monthly repayments in seconds from your mortgage amount, interest rate and duration.
How much stamp duty will I pay?
Buying a property over £125,000? Calculate how much you will pay in stamp duty with our handy calculator.
This tool helps you calculate how much you may be able to borrow for a Yorkshire Building Society mortgage.
Begin by selecting whether you’re applying solo or jointly. Then, select your desired mortgage term. After that, enter how many people will be living in the house, including any dependants.
Finally, enter your employment status and annual income. The calculator will then estimate how much you could borrow.
This is only an estimate. The actual amount you’re offered will depend on the results of your full application.
This tool will provide an estimate of your monthly repayments for a Yorkshire Building Society mortgage.
First, enter whether you’re a first-time buyer, moving house or remortgaging. Then, enter the value of your home and how much you can put down as a deposit. Finally, enter your term, interest rate and whether you have a repayment or interest-only mortgage.
The calculator will then show much you’ll need each month to pay off your mortgage.
Offset mortgage calculator
This calculator will tell you how much you could save with an offset mortgage.
First, enter the details of your mortgage, including the term, amount borrowed and interest rate. Then, enter how much of your savings you’d like to offset your mortgage against, either as a lump sum, monthly deposit or both.