Mortgage Tools

Get quick answers to some of the most-asked questions with these easy-to-use mortgage calculators and financial tools. If you have any questions or would like more information, be sure to contact us. We would be happy to help you.

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  • Amortization Schedule and Calculator

    This simple loan calculator allows you to input different interest rates, loan amounts, and mortgage length so you can estimate your monthly payment. Plus, you can also see an amortization schedule of a loan which will show you how much of your payment goes towards the principal and how much towards interest.

  • How Much Are My Payments

    Use our mortgage calculator to determine your monthly payment amount. Estimate your taxes and insurance so that these amounts will be included in the payment calculation.

  • How Much Can I Borrow?

    Use the following calculator to determine the maximum monthly payment (P+I) and the maximum loan amount for which you may qualify.

  • Glossary of Mortgage Terms

    Need simple, straightforward answers to the various mortgage terms on our website? We can help. Find what you need with our complete list of mortgage terms.

  • Loan Process

    Inlanta Mortgage is committed to ensuring you understand every step of the home buying process. That’s why we give you the knowledge and confidence to help make an informed decision about your individual mortgage needs.

  • Required Loan Documents

    Several documents will be needed for verification along with your loan application. You may find it helpful to have these documents available upon submission of your loan application to ensure a smooth and quick process.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Need simple, straightforward answers to your questions about various loan programs or the lending process? Find what you need with Inlanta Mortgage’s FAQ list.

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