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How Bi-Weekly Mortgage Payments Work

Making bi-weekly mortgage payments is a strategy that can help you save a lot of money in interest and pay off your mortgage early. Instead of making one payment every month, you’ll be making a payment every other week. With a bi-weekly payment you’ll be making 26 payments instead of 12 – albeit smaller payments. The net effect is similar to one extra monthly payment (13) per year. The end result of paying every two weeks is you’ll be paying more every year, regardless of whether or not you make extra principal payments in addition to your biweekly payment. This requires little sacrifice, but reaps huge savings as you can see when you input your mortgage payment information into the Bi-Weekly Mortgage Calculator.

How additional monthly Payments Work

If you pay extra money into your loan over and above the minimum repayments, your loan will be paid off a lot quicker! Our calculator shows you how much of a big difference this makes. Try putting in different amounts in the ‘Extra amount” field in the calculator to see how much you can save and how your loan is paid off quicker!

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