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HSBC loan calculator

HSBC loan calculator online in the Philippines in 2022. How to figure out the loan yourself? A handy tool that will show whether you can pay off a loan, help you choose lending with affordable payments.

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Interest rates are given in accordance with the rates of the HSBC in Manila as of 02.12.2022
Loan amount

Specify the desired loan amount

30000 ₱
500000 ₱
Loan term

Specify the loan term for the calculation

Add-on rate per month

Choose the interest rate on the loan

0.65 %
0.65 %
Type of payments

Specify the type of payment for calculating

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HSBC offers different types of loans to its customers. These loans come with their own rates and taxes. Depending on the loan which a prospective borrower wants to take, knowing the financial implications is crucial. Deciding whether to take a loan offered by a financial institution is dependent on the amount offered, the interest on the loan and the time required to pay off the loans. The HSBC loan calculator enables the borrower to make a decision quickly.

What is the HSBC loan calculator?

The HSBC loan calculator is a tool embedded in the company's website to help prospective borrowers calculate the cost of taking loans from the bank.

HSBC home loan calculator

The HSBC home calculator is used to calculate the monthly cost of taking mortgage loans on HSBC. The tool allows users to automatically calculate the loan amount which they are eligible for and the monthly installments payable for their chosen loan term.

How does the HSBC loan calculator work?

HSBC only offers a home loan calculator, which is easy to use. The applicant only needs to input the required data, and the calculator will display the monthly amortizations. Here are the steps to calculating the monthly payments for a home loan.

  1. Go to the calculator on the company's website.

  2. Click on Loan purpose to reveal the drop-down. Choose the purpose for which you wish to take the loan.

  3. Choose the fixed loan rate of your choice; each of them comes with their own different interest rates.

  4. Scroll down and click on the Loan term option. You can enter the loan term from 1 year to 20 years. You also have the option of moving the slide to the right to increase the loan terms from 1- 20 years.

  5. The next thing is to input the estimated value of the property you wish to buy or renovate.

  6. Scroll down and enter your monthly salary. 

  7. Scroll down and enter the monthly payments on your credit card.

  8. The loan calculator will estimate the eligible loan amount you can be given, the monthly payments and the interest rate.

HSBC loan calculator inputs

The inputs for the HSBC home loan calculator are the data the tool will use to calculate the eligible loan and the monthly payments. They include:

HSBC loan calculator outputs

These are the information displayed by the HSBC home loan calculator as the applicant feeds it the required data. They include the following:

Note that the HSBC home loan calculator is an easy-to-use tool for calculating your loan eligibility and monthly installments. However, the calculations may not completely represent the market reality. Consult a HSBC representative for more information about a HSBC home loan.

Functions of HSBC loan calculator 

The eligible loan and the interest are functions of several factors. These functions are the data provided by the applicant and the interest rate. These functions are as follows: