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Financial Calculators



These calculators will give you an estimate of the amounts you can borrow and the payments you may be expected to make at the AID Bank. 

Contact our Projects Division and speak to one of our loans officers in order to get information tailored to your specific circumstances.

In the case of a mortgage loan, use the Loan Payment Calculator to see how much of a home you qualify for. AID Bank will allow you to takea monthly loan installment of up to 40% of your gross monthly income.

Even though you may not have credit problems, you do need some flexibility in your loan for such occurrences. Often times a Self-Employed person may have trouble proving their income. This is another good example of a borrower who needs the AID Bank.

Remember, these calculations are solely intended to provide ballpark estimates and should not be considered as final or binding.

Loan Payment Calculator
The Loan Payment Calculator will calculate monthly loan payments based on your selection of interest rates, loan amounts and loan terms. These calculations may also apply to... Read More

Additional Payment Calculator
You can save money and shave years off the length of your loan by paying more on your monthly loan payment than your regularly scheduled amount. How much can you save? Fill in the boxes, including the amount of the... Read More

Loan Affordability Calculator
How much should you be earning in order to qualify for the amount you want to borrow? Enter the required loan amount and loan term. Specify an interest rate. For mortgages loans, find out how much you will pay yearly for house... Read More

Borrowing Limit Amount Calculator
At AID Bank, your maximum loan mortgage installment must not be more than 40% of your gross monthly income. Joint borrowers can choose to 3.5 times the first salary plus the second salary, or 2.75 times their combined... Read More