Refinance & Home Equity

The INVIS Refinance & Home Equity Calculator Collection
Refinancing is a strategic financial decision that requires the assistance of a mortgage expert because the final decision often depends on balancing a complex set of issues.
We can help, whether you’re looking for a relatively straightforward refinance of your existing mortgage balance or want to take advantage of your Home Equity for other purposes.

Get the best deal from hundreds of available options

Whether you want to:

  • lower your monthly payment
  • consolidate debt
  • renovate
  • pull cash out of your home
  • increase your flexibility with a credit line
  • break your mortgage

Connect with your desired end result

Get pointed in the right direction by using Kevin Suddaby’s experience and insight. Work condifently with Kevin, your Invis Mortgage Consultant.

Tip: When refinancing, your prepayment options may figure in to your advantage whether you have exercised them or not. It pays to inquire from the experts at Invis.

Make an informed decision

Choose from among 12 Refinance & Home Equity calculators below.

With the many mortgage options that are available today it pays to look at different scenarios. While interest rate and size of payment are important, you must also consider your lifestyle, where you are currently in your life, and the amount of risk that you are willing to undertake.

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With the many mortgage options that are available today it pays to look at different scenarios. While interest rate and size of payment are important, you must also consider your lifestyle, where you are currently in your life, and the amount of risk that you are willing to undertake.

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Invis’ mortgage strategizer allows you to introduce variables into your mortgage payment plan such as amortization and prepayments. By adjusting the different possible variables of your mortgage calculations you get a customized blue print of your mortgage. Print out a complete amortization schedule and calculate savings realized by making prepayments. The left side of the table contains the input fields and the right side the instructions. Please note Do not use a comma when entering mortgage principal or prepayment amounts or the results will be distorted.

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We all have a comfort level of what we can afford monthly for housing costs. Invis’ mortgage analyzer calculator provides you with a monthly mortgage based upon specific mortgage details, and lets you see what the balance owing is over the duration of the term.

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Do you need a credit line? This is a question that is best answered in consultation with your Invis mortgage professional. However, if you want to know how large a line of credit you may be eligible for, use this calculator to find out!

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Depending on what finance strategy is best given your current situation, Invis’ Net Worth calculator will help you to see how your net worth will grow over the next ten years and assist you in making important mortgage decisions.

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We all want to be mortgage free and the sooner the better. This calculator shows you the possible savings by using an accelerated bi-weekly mortgage payment.

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Why should you spend hard-earned money when you do not have to? If you can afford to increase your monthly mortgage payment, without putting any financial strain on you or your loved ones, you can save thousands of dollars in interest over the term of your mortgage.

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Getting a consolidation loan can do more than payoff your debt. Use this calculator to see the results of paying off your debt and investing your payment savings.

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Should you consolidate your debt? This calculator is designed to help determine if debt consolidation is right for you.

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Consolidating your debt is only half of the battle. You still need a plan to get your debt paid in full. This calculator can show you how to accelerate your debt payments.

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Analyze your budget, see where your money goes and find out where you can improve! This is an important aspect to consider when figuring out how much you can afford on a mortgage.

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