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3 simple steps to see your best loan option

Enter your mortgage quotes
Explore the interactive dashboard
Pick the loan that saves you the most money
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How it's helped other buyers like you

It's like putting your loan through an x-ray

Designed to help you analyze almost any mortgage scenario — you can compare Conventional, FHA, USDA, VA, Portfolio, and Jumbo loans side-by-side and adjust any detail you'd like. Detailed enough to be used by finance nerds while simple enough to help first-time buyers easily find the right choice.
Compare multiple quote from different lenders
30 vs 15 year
FHA vs Conventional
Compare all loan types vs different ones
If paying extra monthly saves you money
Compare lower down payment vs investing
Simulate a lump sum on 1st payment
See if paying points is worth it
See the net benefit of buying vs renting
Find how much money you could make when you sell
Explore detailed amortization tables
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Keep extra money in your pocket by choosing the best home loan

Compare monthly payments & estimate "other costs"

You want to make sure you get a home loan that has a comfortable monthly payment. A payment that is too high results in a situation known as being "house poor". This tool will help you estimate other costs of buying a home so you understand the full picture before you choose a loan.
Compare monthly payments

Easily see which loan is the cheapest during every year

With a purchase as big as a home, you shouldn't choose the loan that "seems" the best. You deserve access to tools that help you accurately pick the lowest cost loan and compare all the details up-front.
Find your lowest cost loan

See how extra monthly or one-time payments change how much you save

Extra monthly or lump sum payments drastically reduce the amount of interest you can save on your mortgage. You'll be able to see if this is a strategy you want to explore with your home loan.
Explore extra payments

See how much your equity will grow

Equity is how much value you have in your home. Over time your equity will grow as you pay down your loan balance. You can see how your equity changes over the years.
See your equity

Forecast how much buying will benefit you

Everyone talks about renting being better than buying, but no one actually shows you the numbers... until now. You'll be able to see which loan gives you the most benefit and how it compares to renting so you can make the best choice.
See the cost/benefit of selling

Full transparency into your loan details

Your loans are stacked side-by-side to help you see details about them to make sure you understand all of the numbers.
Explore the details of your loan

Explore monthly amortization

Amortization shows you what happens during every single month you own your home. You can see in advance how much you'll spend on principal, interest, and mortgage insurance along with the net cost of the loan.
Explore your loan amortization

See your potential check if you sell your home

What happens if you sell your home? You can estimate the potential check you may get at closing if you choose to sell in the future. Just enter when you want to sell (e.g. in 10 years) and the calculator will do the rest.
See your potential check at closing
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3 easy steps to find your exact budget and max price:

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