Ruston, LA (PressExposure) June 23, 2009 -- Home Buyers Calculator Suite Returns
Home Buyer's Calculator Suite, 4.0 http://www.homebuyerscalculator.com/
This is the tenth anniversary of Home Buyer's Calculator Suite, one of Wheatworks Software's most popular real estate calculators for home buyers. Home Buyer's Calculator Suite was first released back in 1999.
During the past decade, as new features and additional real estate calculators were added to the original Home Buyers Calculator Suite, the name was changed to Real Estate Calculator Suite from Home Buyer's Calculator Suite. (Real Estate Calculator Suite, a more complete calculator suite, is designed for home buyers, home sellers and real estate professionals. It covers the spectrum of real estate finances, from prequalification to estimated closing costs to refinancing and prepayment savings.)
However, because some people simply want to explore the front end of home ownership, Wheatworks has reintroduced Home Buyer's Calculator Suite just for those who are interested in buying a home. Like the original Home Buyer's Calculator Suite, it focuses on helping home buyers calculate the financial scenarios related to purchasing a home.
Home Buyers Calculator Suite includes the following calculators for home buyers: 2 quick calculators to calculate payments of principal, interest, taxes and insurance or to calculate for one of the missing values when given any three of loan amount, term, interest rate and payment; 2 down payment savings calculators; one to determine how long it will take to save a specific amount, the other to determine how much you can save during a specific period of time; a mortgage qualification calculator that shows you how much house you can reasonably afford under conservative lending standards (there are no funny-money loan calculators in Home Buyers Calculator Suite, the default housing ratio is 28 and the default debt ratio is 36); Home Buyers Calculator Suite includes LoanSpread(tm), a calculator that compares 135 loans at once and gives you details of any you wish to explore; 2 amortization schedule calculators which will calculate the effect of prepayments, too; an estimated closing costs calculator; a refinancing calculator; a rent or buy calculator (because renting is often smarter than buying); and a biweekly payment calculator which explains an easy way to pay off a mortgage loan early.
Less complicated than Real Estate Calculator Suite, but every bit as modern in terms of software technology, Home Buyer's Calculator Suite is also less expensive. Available for a one-time fee of $19.95, Home Buyers Calculator Suite is designed to make real estate math easy for home buyers.
Home Buyer's Calculator Suite has integrated help, provides automatic hints, offers free online updates, and includes a user-friendly registration system.
View screenshots and download a fully-functional trial version of Home Buyer's Calculator Suite at http://www.homebuyerscalculator.com/