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Maybank loan calculator

Maybank 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 Maybank in Manila as of 09.12.2022
Loan amount

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10000 ₱
1000000 ₱
Loan term

Specify the loan term for the calculation

Interest rate per month

Choose the interest rate on the loan

1.3 %
1.3 %
Type of payments

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A Maybank loan's cost is determined by the type of loan, the market situation, and your credit history and income. These loan calculators can assist you in deciding your monthly loan installments. Input the loan amount, period, and interest rate in the appropriate areas. Maybank loan calculators help borrowers in calculating amortized loans. These are loans that are repaid in regular instalments over time, with set payments that cover both the principal and interest.

What is the Maybank loan calculator?

A Maybank loan calculator is an automated tool that will help you understand your monthly loan payments and overall loan cost. The website's loan calculator is a primary interest loan calculator. It is intended to calculate monthly installments for simple interest loans based on specific parameters and interest rates.

Types of Maybank loan calculators

The bank has two loan calculators: the auto loan and the mortgage calculators:

Maybank auto loan calculator

This calculator helps you estimate your monthly amortization, the selling price of the vehicle you intend to finance with the loan, your down payment amount, and the total loan loan amount. It is easy to use, you only need to input the needed data like your gross monthly income, vehicle type, car model, car price, etc.

Maybank maxi-home loan calculator

The maxi-home loan calculator is easier to use. You only need to fill up details like the loan amount you want, your preferred fixed term, and your loan term, and then press Calculate. Your monthly amortization will be shown immediately.

How do the Maybank loan calculators work?

The Maybank loan calculators are quite simple to use. Enter your information and press the Calculate button. For example, for an auto loan follow these steps:

  1. Visit the Maybank official website.

  2. Click on Drive your dream car with 1-day auto loan approval.

  3. Click on Apply for an auto loan now. This will lead you to the auto loan calculator page.

  4. You will now have to enter your loan inputs and click on Calculate. Your loan details will be shown if entered correctly.

For the home loan calculator, use these steps:

  1. Visit the Maybank loan page.

  2. Click on MaxiHome loan, when it opens, check on the right hand side of the page to find the home loan calculator.

  3. Input the needed details and then click on Calculate to see your outcome.

Maybank loan calculator inputs

Your monthly payment for a Maybank loan will be determined by the loan amount, length, interest rate, and other factors. You can use the following inputs to get an idea of what your monthly repayments would be:

Maybank loan calculator outputs

Below are the results and outputs you will get after clicking on Calculate:

Functions of Maybank loan calculator

The tools employ the following functions to calculate the monthly amortization: