Offset Calculator

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A redraw offset facility can help you pay less interest on your home loan and in turn, pay it off faster.

This is because, instead of paying interest on your full loan amount, you’ll only have to pay interest on that part of it which is left after you subtract away what is in the redraw offset account.

Using the home loan offset calculator below is quick and easy.

You can use the offset mortgage calculator to:

Just enter your loan amount, interest rate, starting balance and the net monthly deposit or mortgage repayment you plan to make to your redraw offset facility, to find out how much you can save.

If you don't plan on making regular payments into the redraw offset account but have a good idea of what you believe will be the average amount you will keep in it, simply put this amount in the starting balance and leave the net monthly deposit as $0. 

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