Amortization Schedule


Amortization Schedule With Balloon Payment



Amortization Schedule With Balloon Payment is a balloon payment calculator to calculate monthly payment for balloon mortgages. The balloon loan calculator comes with an amortization schedule that shows each of your monthly payment and the final balloon payment.

Balloon Mortgage Calculator

Mortgage Amount
Mortgage Terms
years
Interest Rate
Balloon Payment Due
years
First Payment Date


Balloon Payment Calculator

Monthly Payment:
$1,411.64
Balloon Payment:
$232,409.51
Total Principal Paid:
$250,000.00
Total Interest Paid:
$65,696.25
Total Payment:
$315,696.25

Balloon Loan Payment Amortization Schedule

Payment Date Payment # Interest Paid Principal Paid Total Payment Remaining Balance
May, 2024 1 $1,135.42 $276.22 $1,411.64 $249,723.78
Jun, 2024 2 $1,134.16 $277.48 $1,411.64 $249,446.30
Jul, 2024 3 $1,132.90 $278.74 $1,411.64 $249,167.56
Aug, 2024 4 $1,131.64 $280.00 $1,411.64 $248,887.56
Sep, 2024 5 $1,130.36 $281.28 $1,411.64 $248,606.28
Oct, 2024 6 $1,129.09 $282.55 $1,411.64 $248,323.73
Nov, 2024 7 $1,127.80 $283.84 $1,411.64 $248,039.89
Dec, 2024 8 $1,126.51 $285.13 $1,411.64 $247,754.77
Jan, 2025 9 $1,125.22 $286.42 $1,411.64 $247,468.35
Feb, 2025 10 $1,123.92 $287.72 $1,411.64 $247,180.63
Mar, 2025 11 $1,122.61 $289.03 $1,411.64 $246,891.60
Apr, 2025 12 $1,121.30 $290.34 $1,411.64 $246,601.26
May, 2025 13 $1,119.98 $291.66 $1,411.64 $246,309.60
Jun, 2025 14 $1,118.66 $292.98 $1,411.64 $246,016.62
Jul, 2025 15 $1,117.33 $294.31 $1,411.64 $245,722.30
Aug, 2025 16 $1,115.99 $295.65 $1,411.64 $245,426.65
Sep, 2025 17 $1,114.65 $296.99 $1,411.64 $245,129.66
Oct, 2025 18 $1,113.30 $298.34 $1,411.64 $244,831.31
Nov, 2025 19 $1,111.94 $299.70 $1,411.64 $244,531.62
Dec, 2025 20 $1,110.58 $301.06 $1,411.64 $244,230.56
Jan, 2026 21 $1,109.21 $302.43 $1,411.64 $243,928.13
Feb, 2026 22 $1,107.84 $303.80 $1,411.64 $243,624.33
Mar, 2026 23 $1,106.46 $305.18 $1,411.64 $243,319.15
Apr, 2026 24 $1,105.07 $306.57 $1,411.64 $243,012.59
May, 2026 25 $1,103.68 $307.96 $1,411.64 $242,704.63
Jun, 2026 26 $1,102.28 $309.36 $1,411.64 $242,395.27
Jul, 2026 27 $1,100.88 $310.76 $1,411.64 $242,084.51
Aug, 2026 28 $1,099.47 $312.17 $1,411.64 $241,772.34
Sep, 2026 29 $1,098.05 $313.59 $1,411.64 $241,458.75
Oct, 2026 30 $1,096.63 $315.01 $1,411.64 $241,143.74
Nov, 2026 31 $1,095.19 $316.45 $1,411.64 $240,827.29
Dec, 2026 32 $1,093.76 $317.88 $1,411.64 $240,509.41
Jan, 2027 33 $1,092.31 $319.33 $1,411.64 $240,190.08
Feb, 2027 34 $1,090.86 $320.78 $1,411.64 $239,869.30
Mar, 2027 35 $1,089.41 $322.23 $1,411.64 $239,547.07
Apr, 2027 36 $1,087.94 $323.70 $1,411.64 $239,223.37
May, 2027 37 $1,086.47 $325.17 $1,411.64 $238,898.21
Jun, 2027 38 $1,085.00 $326.64 $1,411.64 $238,571.56
Jul, 2027 39 $1,083.51 $328.13 $1,411.64 $238,243.44
Aug, 2027 40 $1,082.02 $329.62 $1,411.64 $237,913.82
Sep, 2027 41 $1,080.53 $331.11 $1,411.64 $237,582.70
Oct, 2027 42 $1,079.02 $332.62 $1,411.64 $237,250.09
Nov, 2027 43 $1,077.51 $334.13 $1,411.64 $236,915.96
Dec, 2027 44 $1,075.99 $335.65 $1,411.64 $236,580.31
Jan, 2028 45 $1,074.47 $337.17 $1,411.64 $236,243.14
Feb, 2028 46 $1,072.94 $338.70 $1,411.64 $235,904.44
Mar, 2028 47 $1,071.40 $340.24 $1,411.64 $235,564.20
Apr, 2028 48 $1,069.85 $341.79 $1,411.64 $235,222.41
May, 2028 49 $1,068.30 $343.34 $1,411.64 $234,879.07
Jun, 2028 50 $1,066.74 $344.90 $1,411.64 $234,534.18
Jul, 2028 51 $1,065.18 $346.46 $1,411.64 $234,187.71
Aug, 2028 52 $1,063.60 $348.04 $1,411.64 $233,839.68
Sep, 2028 53 $1,062.02 $349.62 $1,411.64 $233,490.06
Oct, 2028 54 $1,060.43 $351.21 $1,411.64 $233,138.85
Nov, 2028 55 $1,058.84 $352.80 $1,411.64 $232,786.05
Dec, 2028 56 $1,057.24 $354.40 $1,411.64 $232,431.65
Jan, 2029 57 $1,055.63 $356.01 $1,411.64 $232,075.64
Feb, 2029 58 $1,054.01 $357.63 $1,411.64 $231,718.01
Mar, 2029 59 $1,052.39 $359.25 $1,411.64 $231,358.75
Apr, 2029 60 $1,050.75 $231,358.75 $232,409.51 $0.00


Balloon Loan Calculator

Balloon loan calculator is useful for borrowers who need to calculate short term ballon loans. The balloon loan amortization schedule excel is downloadable.


What is a balloon mortgage?

A balloon mortgage is a mortgage where the borrower is allowed to make low or interest-only payments initially and at the end, he is required to pay off the full balance in a lump sum. Balloon mortgages are usually for short-term borrowers who are expected to pay the lump sum in 5 to 7 years. The interest rate is usually lower in the initial period compared to a fixed 30-year mortgage making them useful for homeowners who are only planning to stay in their homes for a short period of time. The homeowners are not looking to stay in the same house for 30 years. However, a balloon mortgage could be risky as the lump sum payment due at the end of the term is a huge amount compared to the regular monthly payments.


Balloon mortgage pros and cons?

There are benefits and disadvantages of getting a balloon mortgage, following are the balloon mortgage pros and cons.


Pros of a balloon mortgage

Lower Monthly Payment - The monthly payment is lower for balloon mortgages because their interest rate is usually lower during the initial period than a fixed-interest mortgage or variable-interest mortgage. Lower Overall Costs - The costs for financing a balloon mortgage are much lower than a traditional mortgage with a 30-year term because the mortgage is much shorter and borrowers will pay less in interest payments. Planning to Move - A balloon mortgage is useful for homeowners that are planning to move or relocate in a few years. There is no reason to pay higher fees and higher monthly payments for a traditional mortgage when these borrowers are looking to sell their house in a few years. Rising Income - Borrowers who expect their income to rise sharply in the coming years may consider a balloon mortgage. They can take advantage of the lower monthly payment initially and then refinance before the balloon payment is due. With their rising income, they will be able to afford a higher monthly payment after refinancing their mortgage. A balloon mortgage allows these buyers to buy a house that they cannot otherwise afford. As with anything else in life, when something sounds too good to be true, there are drawbacks to a balloon mortgage.




Cons of a balloon mortgage

Large Lump Sum Payment - After the initial low monthly payment is over, borrowers are faced with large lump sum payments to pay off the mortgage at once. High Risk - If a borrower is counting on a rising income or a bonus from work to afford the large lump sum payment when it comes due, he could lose his home if his salary doesn't rise enough to afford the payment. Even worse, if he loses his job, not only he won't be able to afford the large payment, he won't be able to refinance it either. The house could be foreclosure. Building Equity Slowly - With a low monthly payment, homeowners are building equity slowly. Harder to Refinance - Lenders may not be willing to refinance a balloon mortgage when the balloon payment is due unless the homeowner has good equity in their house. Since homeowners are building equity slowly by making minimum payments on their balloon mortgage, lenders may decline their application for refinancing. Even if the borrower finds a lender who is willing to refinance his mortgage, the interest rate may be high. Declining House Price - In an environment where house price is declining, the borrower may owe more on their mortgage than the value of his home. This is especially troublesome when the borrower is planning to refinance his mortgage when the balloon payment is due.

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