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I haven't seen this on other mortgage calculators

http://www.bbc.co.uk/homes/property/mortga...your_repayments

Calculate your repayments

Mortgage required

(omit commas) £

Repayment period 5-25 years

(omit commas)

years

Interest rate

(enter 10% as 10)

%

Monthly repayment

(omit commas)

£

(Interest only)

£

But be careful, at 12% it will be:

£

(Interest only) £

Maybe they know something is around the corner

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I haven't seen this on other mortgage calculators

http://www.bbc.co.uk/homes/property/mortga...your_repayments

Calculate your repayments

Mortgage required

(omit commas) £

Repayment period 5-25 years

(omit commas)

years

Interest rate

(enter 10% as 10)

%

Monthly repayment

(omit commas)

£

(Interest only)

£

But be careful, at 12% it will be:

£

(Interest only) £

Maybe they know something is around the corner

I'm sure Nationwide have similar.

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I haven't seen this on other mortgage calculators

http://www.bbc.co.uk/homes/property/mortga...your_repayments

Calculate your repayments

Mortgage required

(omit commas) £

Repayment period 5-25 years

(omit commas)

years

Interest rate

(enter 10% as 10)

%

Monthly repayment

(omit commas)

£

(Interest only)

£

But be careful, at 12% it will be:

£

(Interest only) £

Maybe they know something is around the corner

That has been there for quite a while (it suprised me when I saw it though)

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It would be useful if they could add a box for "total repayable amount", that would scare the bejusus out of most

couldnt agree more.

why doesnt the estate agent say ' look for cash price i can sell you this 2 bed for 140,000..or you can get a mortgage and pay 270,000...?'

i wonder why.

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