Find out how much you can afford to spend on your new home, based on your income and expenses.
The more information you can provide, the more accurate your estimate will be.
This affordability calculator uses the current interest rate, but the rate that will be applied to your home loan could vary, depending on factors like your credit score and whether you've saved a deposit.
This affordability calculator uses the most common home loan term, which is 20 years (240 months), but you can enter another timeframe and the results will change accordingly.
Monthly gross income
Enter your (and your co-applicant's) monthly income before taxes to determine affordability.
Monthly nett income
Enter your (and your co-applicant's) monthly income after taxes to determine affordability.
The monthly amount you pay on debt and household expences. Do not include rent or loan amounts if these will be replaced by the new bond payment.
Total monthly repayment
This is the monthly repayment calculated on the loan amount you qualify for.
Total loan amount
This is the amount you qualify for based on the income and expences information you captured.