The choice of thousands

  • Mortgage brokers
  • Property managers
    • Residential
    • Office and industrial
    • Commercial centers
    • Retirement homes
  • Land developpers
  • Home builders
  • General contractors
  • Architects
  • Corporate and personal lenders
  • Accountants
  • Law offices
  • Government agencies
  • SMEs and large corporations
  • Insurance companies
  • See also Finance, Accounting

Common real-estate related calculations

  • Mortgages (regular and irregular payments at fixed or variable interest rates, lump sums, interest only, fixed principal…)
  • Variable-rate mortgage with payments adjusted according to the interest rates in force
  • Mortgage includes unknown future interest rates with payments adjusted as these rates become known
  • Mortgage comparisons
  • Mortgage schedules
  • Loans – corporate and personal including APR (Annual Percentage Rate) calculation
  • Present value calculations (regular, irregular, indexed future cash flows) for investment (land purchase decisions)


  • International standards and recognized principles for the calculation of interest (Americas, Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa)
  • United States banking rules (Regulation Z, Truth in Lending Act)
  • European Community rules (Directive 98/7/CE)
  • Canadian rules
  • Day count conventions: Actual/actual (also known as Actual/365), 30/360, Actual/360, Actual/365(Fixed)
  • Actuarial rule (Normal amortization), Fixed capital and Interest only
  • APR (Annual Percentage Rate) calculation
  • Simple and Compound interest
  • Unique (fixed) or variable interest rates
  • 4-decimal-point accuracy
  • Multi-currency
  • Printed reports that include quarterly and /or annual and choice of the financial year-end
  • Export of the data to Excel,Word, XML, RTF

Highly specialized features
(for total accuracy in Amortization)

Real-life examples of various calculations

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Multiple variable interest rate tables and indexation tables included – OR create your own

  • All variable interest rates can be incremented (or reduced) by x% as of any date
    For example, prime + 2,5% starting November 15, 2004

Central Bank interest tables

  • United-States – Discount rate (Federal reserve)
  • Great-Britain – Repo rate
  • Canada – Target rate (preferential)
  • Australia – Cash rate
  • Hong Kong – Base rate
  • Europe – Key rates – Deposit facility – European Central Bank
  • South Africa – Prime rate

Late tax rates

  • US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) underpayments
  • Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) underpayments

Legal interest rates

USA (federal post-judgement interest rates), Canada (Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec), Great-Britain, Australia, France, Belgium, Luxembourg

Indexation tables:

  • Inflation rates for various countries : USA, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg,
  • Historical performance of Stock market indices (annual % change)
    • Dow Jones Industrial Index, S&P 500, NASDAQ, FTSE (London), Toronto Stock Exchange, Hong Kong Hang Seng, Bourse de Paris