How to make a Fixed Rate Loan/Mortgage Calculator in Excel

This video tutorial will show you how to make a fixed rate loan or mortgage calculator in excel. It is actually quite easy to do and after watching this step-by-step example and walk-through, you will be able to make your own also. This tutorial uses the PMT() function to calculate the required payments and it is also explained in the tutorial.

To follow along with the spreadsheet seen in the tutorial or to get some free excel macros or tips & tricks, go to the website:

24 thoughts on “How to make a Fixed Rate Loan/Mortgage Calculator in Excel

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  3. agentmaster47

    Hey dude, cool videos. Only problem for me is… now which one is the next video? — would be cool if you had one of does pop up things at the end that said "click here for next video)

  4. marieearthangel

    CAVEAT: Hi ExcelisHell, be careful of the monthly rate. If the annual rate is APR then the monthly % rate, is APR/12.= 6.5%/12=.5416%, If the annual rate is expressed as "Effective Annual Rate" then the formula is what is given in the tutorial, Monthly rate = [(1+r) ^(1/M)]-1


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