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Canadian Mortgage Amortization

The Canadian Mortgage is characterized by: equal payments, growth of the mortgage amortization values, the decreasing interests values and mainly, by the annual interest rates, compounded semi-annually, differently from the traditional mortgages calculations.
Enter the data: the mortgage value, number of payments in years and annual interest rate. Use the point as a decimal separator. Ex 2,572.34 enter: 2572.34; the results will be displayed automatically after click on "Calculate".

Canadian Mortgage Amortization
Amount to mortgage:
Mortgage term (years):
Annual interest rate:
Number of payments:
Monthly payments:
Total interest:
Total payment:
Amortization Table


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