Depends on what information you start with...
Take a look at the RATE() function in XL Help.
In article <EF219B4C-AEF4-4FDA-BC21-321C9753D94E@microsoft.com>,
Lisa M <Lisa M@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
mortgages. Any other sugestions?
Lisa M
"JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> Depends on what information you start with...
>
> Take a look at the RATE() function in XL Help.
>
> In article <EF219B4C-AEF4-4FDA-BC21-321C9753D94E@microsoft.com>,
> Lisa M <Lisa M@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>
How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
information you have available?
RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
and what hasn't worked.
In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> mortgages. Any other sugestions?
Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think it
be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am using.
I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
$ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is not
what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80 and
fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than before.
Lisa M
"JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> information you have available?
>
> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
>
> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> and what hasn't worked.
>
>
> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>
> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>
=RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
gives me 5.81%
"Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> it
> be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> using.
> I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> not
> what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> and
> fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> before.
> Lisa M
>
> "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>
>> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> information you have available?
>>
>> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
>>
>> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
>> and what hasn't worked.
>>
>>
>> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>
>> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
>> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>
Thanks. I was missing part of the formula. Have a good day.
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo). Fees
of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of 488,909.44
and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
considered a fee for this calculation???
Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
(9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30 ($1,319.44);
and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
calculation?
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
new one,
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>
> First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> Fees
> of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> 488,909.44
> and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> considered a fee for this calculation???
>
> Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> ($1,319.44);
> and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> calculation?
>
> "N Harkawat" wrote:
>
>> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> gives me 5.81%
>>
>>
>>
>> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> > think
>> > it
>> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
>> > the
>> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
>> > using.
>> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
>> > is
>> > not
>> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
>> > it
>> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> > loan
>> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
>> > and
>> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
>> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
>> > HP
>> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
>> > pmt
>> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
>> > before.
>> > Lisa M
>> >
>> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >
>> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> information you have available?
>> >>
>> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> crash?
>> >>
>> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> tried,
>> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> > for
>> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the question
and reply there?
"Alan" wrote:
> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
> new one,
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
> >
> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> > Fees
> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> > 488,909.44
> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> > considered a fee for this calculation???
> >
> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> > ($1,319.44);
> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> > calculation?
> >
> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
> >
> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> >> gives me 5.81%
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
> >> > think
> >> > it
> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
> >> > the
> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> >> > using.
> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
> >> > is
> >> > not
> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
> >> > it
> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
> >> > loan
> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> >> > and
> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
> >> > HP
> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
> >> > pmt
> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> >> > before.
> >> > Lisa M
> >> >
> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> >> information you have available?
> >> >>
> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
> >> >> crash?
> >> >>
> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
> >> >> tried,
> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
> question
> and reply there?
>
> "Alan" wrote:
>
>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>> a
>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
>> new one,
>> Regards,
>> Alan.
>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>> >
>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>> > Fees
>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>> > 488,909.44
>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>> >
>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>> > 9.5%
>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>> > are
>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>> > include a
>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>> > ($1,319.44);
>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>> > this
>> > calculation?
>> >
>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>> >
>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> >> gives me 5.81%
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> >> > think
>> >> > it
>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>> >> > get
>> >> > the
>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>> >> > am
>> >> > using.
>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>> >> > That
>> >> > is
>> >> > not
>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>> >> > because
>> >> > it
>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> >> > loan
>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>> >> > $326.80
>> >> > and
>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>> >> > of
>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that
>> >> > my
>> >> > HP
>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>> >> > rate,
>> >> > pmt
>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>> >> > than
>> >> > before.
>> >> > Lisa M
>> >> >
>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> >> information you have available?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>> >> >> didn't
>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> >> crash?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>> >> >> you
>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> >> tried,
>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> >> > for
>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
click even! lol
"Alan" <alan111@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:uzpKWx4dFHA.640@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
>> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
>> question
>> and reply there?
>>
>> "Alan" wrote:
>>
>>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>>> a
>>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting
>>> a
>>> new one,
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan.
>>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>>> >
>>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>>> > Fees
>>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>>> > 488,909.44
>>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>>> >
>>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>>> > 9.5%
>>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>>> > are
>>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>>> > include a
>>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>>> > ($1,319.44);
>>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>>> > this
>>> > calculation?
>>> >
>>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>>> >> gives me 5.81%
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>>> >> > think
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>>> >> > get
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>>> >> > am
>>> >> > using.
>>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>>> >> > That
>>> >> > is
>>> >> > not
>>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>>> >> > because
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>>> >> > loan
>>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>>> >> > $326.80
>>> >> > and
>>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>>> >> > of
>>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation
>>> >> > that my
>>> >> > HP
>>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>>> >> > rate,
>>> >> > pmt
>>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>>> >> > than
>>> >> > before.
>>> >> > Lisa M
>>> >> >
>>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>>> >> >> information you have available?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>>> >> >> didn't
>>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>>> >> >> crash?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>>> >> >> you
>>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>>> >> >> tried,
>>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to
>>> >> >> > calculate
>>> >> >> > for
>>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>> >> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo). Fees
of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of 488,909.44
and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
considered a fee for this calculation???
Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
(9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30 ($1,319.44);
and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
calculation?
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
click even! lol
"Alan" <alan111@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:uzpKWx4dFHA.640@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
>> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
>> question
>> and reply there?
>>
>> "Alan" wrote:
>>
>>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>>> a
>>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting
>>> a
>>> new one,
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan.
>>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>>> >
>>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>>> > Fees
>>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>>> > 488,909.44
>>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>>> >
>>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>>> > 9.5%
>>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>>> > are
>>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>>> > include a
>>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>>> > ($1,319.44);
>>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>>> > this
>>> > calculation?
>>> >
>>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>>> >> gives me 5.81%
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>>> >> > think
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>>> >> > get
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>>> >> > am
>>> >> > using.
>>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>>> >> > That
>>> >> > is
>>> >> > not
>>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>>> >> > because
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>>> >> > loan
>>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>>> >> > $326.80
>>> >> > and
>>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>>> >> > of
>>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation
>>> >> > that my
>>> >> > HP
>>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>>> >> > rate,
>>> >> > pmt
>>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>>> >> > than
>>> >> > before.
>>> >> > Lisa M
>>> >> >
>>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>>> >> >> information you have available?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>>> >> >> didn't
>>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>>> >> >> crash?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>>> >> >> you
>>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>>> >> >> tried,
>>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to
>>> >> >> > calculate
>>> >> >> > for
>>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>> >> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
> question
> and reply there?
>
> "Alan" wrote:
>
>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>> a
>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
>> new one,
>> Regards,
>> Alan.
>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>> >
>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>> > Fees
>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>> > 488,909.44
>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>> >
>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>> > 9.5%
>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>> > are
>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>> > include a
>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>> > ($1,319.44);
>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>> > this
>> > calculation?
>> >
>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>> >
>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> >> gives me 5.81%
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> >> > think
>> >> > it
>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>> >> > get
>> >> > the
>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>> >> > am
>> >> > using.
>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>> >> > That
>> >> > is
>> >> > not
>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>> >> > because
>> >> > it
>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> >> > loan
>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>> >> > $326.80
>> >> > and
>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>> >> > of
>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that
>> >> > my
>> >> > HP
>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>> >> > rate,
>> >> > pmt
>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>> >> > than
>> >> > before.
>> >> > Lisa M
>> >> >
>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> >> information you have available?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>> >> >> didn't
>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> >> crash?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>> >> >> you
>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> >> tried,
>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> >> > for
>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the question
and reply there?
"Alan" wrote:
> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
> new one,
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
> >
> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> > Fees
> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> > 488,909.44
> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> > considered a fee for this calculation???
> >
> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> > ($1,319.44);
> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> > calculation?
> >
> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
> >
> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> >> gives me 5.81%
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
> >> > think
> >> > it
> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
> >> > the
> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> >> > using.
> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
> >> > is
> >> > not
> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
> >> > it
> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
> >> > loan
> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> >> > and
> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
> >> > HP
> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
> >> > pmt
> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> >> > before.
> >> > Lisa M
> >> >
> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> >> information you have available?
> >> >>
> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
> >> >> crash?
> >> >>
> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
> >> >> tried,
> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
new one,
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>
> First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> Fees
> of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> 488,909.44
> and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> considered a fee for this calculation???
>
> Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> ($1,319.44);
> and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> calculation?
>
> "N Harkawat" wrote:
>
>> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> gives me 5.81%
>>
>>
>>
>> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> > think
>> > it
>> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
>> > the
>> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
>> > using.
>> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
>> > is
>> > not
>> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
>> > it
>> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> > loan
>> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
>> > and
>> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
>> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
>> > HP
>> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
>> > pmt
>> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
>> > before.
>> > Lisa M
>> >
>> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >
>> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> information you have available?
>> >>
>> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> crash?
>> >>
>> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> tried,
>> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> > for
>> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo). Fees
of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of 488,909.44
and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
considered a fee for this calculation???
Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
(9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30 ($1,319.44);
and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
calculation?
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
new one,
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>
> First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> Fees
> of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> 488,909.44
> and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> considered a fee for this calculation???
>
> Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> ($1,319.44);
> and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> calculation?
>
> "N Harkawat" wrote:
>
>> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> gives me 5.81%
>>
>>
>>
>> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> > think
>> > it
>> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
>> > the
>> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
>> > using.
>> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
>> > is
>> > not
>> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
>> > it
>> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> > loan
>> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
>> > and
>> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
>> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
>> > HP
>> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
>> > pmt
>> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
>> > before.
>> > Lisa M
>> >
>> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >
>> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> information you have available?
>> >>
>> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> crash?
>> >>
>> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> tried,
>> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> > for
>> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the question
and reply there?
"Alan" wrote:
> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
> new one,
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
> >
> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> > Fees
> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> > 488,909.44
> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> > considered a fee for this calculation???
> >
> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> > ($1,319.44);
> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> > calculation?
> >
> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
> >
> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> >> gives me 5.81%
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
> >> > think
> >> > it
> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
> >> > the
> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> >> > using.
> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
> >> > is
> >> > not
> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
> >> > it
> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
> >> > loan
> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> >> > and
> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
> >> > HP
> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
> >> > pmt
> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> >> > before.
> >> > Lisa M
> >> >
> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> >> information you have available?
> >> >>
> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
> >> >> crash?
> >> >>
> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
> >> >> tried,
> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
> question
> and reply there?
>
> "Alan" wrote:
>
>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>> a
>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
>> new one,
>> Regards,
>> Alan.
>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>> >
>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>> > Fees
>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>> > 488,909.44
>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>> >
>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>> > 9.5%
>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>> > are
>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>> > include a
>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>> > ($1,319.44);
>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>> > this
>> > calculation?
>> >
>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>> >
>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> >> gives me 5.81%
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> >> > think
>> >> > it
>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>> >> > get
>> >> > the
>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>> >> > am
>> >> > using.
>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>> >> > That
>> >> > is
>> >> > not
>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>> >> > because
>> >> > it
>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> >> > loan
>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>> >> > $326.80
>> >> > and
>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>> >> > of
>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that
>> >> > my
>> >> > HP
>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>> >> > rate,
>> >> > pmt
>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>> >> > than
>> >> > before.
>> >> > Lisa M
>> >> >
>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> >> information you have available?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>> >> >> didn't
>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> >> crash?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>> >> >> you
>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> >> tried,
>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> >> > for
>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
click even! lol
"Alan" <alan111@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:uzpKWx4dFHA.640@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
>> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
>> question
>> and reply there?
>>
>> "Alan" wrote:
>>
>>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>>> a
>>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting
>>> a
>>> new one,
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan.
>>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>>> >
>>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>>> > Fees
>>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>>> > 488,909.44
>>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>>> >
>>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>>> > 9.5%
>>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>>> > are
>>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>>> > include a
>>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>>> > ($1,319.44);
>>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>>> > this
>>> > calculation?
>>> >
>>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>>> >> gives me 5.81%
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>>> >> > think
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>>> >> > get
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>>> >> > am
>>> >> > using.
>>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>>> >> > That
>>> >> > is
>>> >> > not
>>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>>> >> > because
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>>> >> > loan
>>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>>> >> > $326.80
>>> >> > and
>>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>>> >> > of
>>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation
>>> >> > that my
>>> >> > HP
>>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>>> >> > rate,
>>> >> > pmt
>>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>>> >> > than
>>> >> > before.
>>> >> > Lisa M
>>> >> >
>>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>>> >> >> information you have available?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>>> >> >> didn't
>>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>>> >> >> crash?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>>> >> >> you
>>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>>> >> >> tried,
>>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to
>>> >> >> > calculate
>>> >> >> > for
>>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>> >> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the question
and reply there?
"Alan" wrote:
> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
> new one,
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
> >
> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> > Fees
> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> > 488,909.44
> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> > considered a fee for this calculation???
> >
> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> > ($1,319.44);
> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> > calculation?
> >
> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
> >
> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> >> gives me 5.81%
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
> >> > think
> >> > it
> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
> >> > the
> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> >> > using.
> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
> >> > is
> >> > not
> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
> >> > it
> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
> >> > loan
> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> >> > and
> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
> >> > HP
> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
> >> > pmt
> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> >> > before.
> >> > Lisa M
> >> >
> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> >> information you have available?
> >> >>
> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
> >> >> crash?
> >> >>
> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
> >> >> tried,
> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
> question
> and reply there?
>
> "Alan" wrote:
>
>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>> a
>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
>> new one,
>> Regards,
>> Alan.
>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>> >
>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>> > Fees
>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>> > 488,909.44
>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>> >
>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>> > 9.5%
>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>> > are
>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>> > include a
>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>> > ($1,319.44);
>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>> > this
>> > calculation?
>> >
>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>> >
>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> >> gives me 5.81%
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> >> > think
>> >> > it
>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>> >> > get
>> >> > the
>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>> >> > am
>> >> > using.
>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>> >> > That
>> >> > is
>> >> > not
>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>> >> > because
>> >> > it
>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> >> > loan
>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>> >> > $326.80
>> >> > and
>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>> >> > of
>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that
>> >> > my
>> >> > HP
>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>> >> > rate,
>> >> > pmt
>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>> >> > than
>> >> > before.
>> >> > Lisa M
>> >> >
>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> >> information you have available?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>> >> >> didn't
>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> >> crash?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>> >> >> you
>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> >> tried,
>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> >> > for
>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
new one,
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>
> First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> Fees
> of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> 488,909.44
> and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> considered a fee for this calculation???
>
> Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> ($1,319.44);
> and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> calculation?
>
> "N Harkawat" wrote:
>
>> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> gives me 5.81%
>>
>>
>>
>> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> > think
>> > it
>> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
>> > the
>> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
>> > using.
>> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
>> > is
>> > not
>> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
>> > it
>> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> > loan
>> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
>> > and
>> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
>> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
>> > HP
>> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
>> > pmt
>> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
>> > before.
>> > Lisa M
>> >
>> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >
>> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> information you have available?
>> >>
>> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> crash?
>> >>
>> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> tried,
>> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> > for
>> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo). Fees
of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of 488,909.44
and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
considered a fee for this calculation???
Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
(9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30 ($1,319.44);
and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
calculation?
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
click even! lol
"Alan" <alan111@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:uzpKWx4dFHA.640@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
>> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
>> question
>> and reply there?
>>
>> "Alan" wrote:
>>
>>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>>> a
>>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting
>>> a
>>> new one,
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan.
>>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>>> >
>>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>>> > Fees
>>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>>> > 488,909.44
>>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>>> >
>>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>>> > 9.5%
>>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>>> > are
>>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>>> > include a
>>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>>> > ($1,319.44);
>>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>>> > this
>>> > calculation?
>>> >
>>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>>> >> gives me 5.81%
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>>> >> > think
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>>> >> > get
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>>> >> > am
>>> >> > using.
>>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>>> >> > That
>>> >> > is
>>> >> > not
>>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>>> >> > because
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>>> >> > loan
>>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>>> >> > $326.80
>>> >> > and
>>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>>> >> > of
>>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation
>>> >> > that my
>>> >> > HP
>>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>>> >> > rate,
>>> >> > pmt
>>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>>> >> > than
>>> >> > before.
>>> >> > Lisa M
>>> >> >
>>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>>> >> >> information you have available?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>>> >> >> didn't
>>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>>> >> >> crash?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>>> >> >> you
>>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>>> >> >> tried,
>>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to
>>> >> >> > calculate
>>> >> >> > for
>>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>> >> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
click even! lol
"Alan" <alan111@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:uzpKWx4dFHA.640@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
>> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
>> question
>> and reply there?
>>
>> "Alan" wrote:
>>
>>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>>> a
>>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting
>>> a
>>> new one,
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan.
>>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>>> >
>>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>>> > Fees
>>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>>> > 488,909.44
>>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>>> >
>>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>>> > 9.5%
>>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>>> > are
>>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>>> > include a
>>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>>> > ($1,319.44);
>>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>>> > this
>>> > calculation?
>>> >
>>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>>> >> gives me 5.81%
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>>> >> > think
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>>> >> > get
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>>> >> > am
>>> >> > using.
>>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>>> >> > That
>>> >> > is
>>> >> > not
>>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>>> >> > because
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>>> >> > loan
>>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>>> >> > $326.80
>>> >> > and
>>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>>> >> > of
>>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation
>>> >> > that my
>>> >> > HP
>>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>>> >> > rate,
>>> >> > pmt
>>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>>> >> > than
>>> >> > before.
>>> >> > Lisa M
>>> >> >
>>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>>> >> >> information you have available?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>>> >> >> didn't
>>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>>> >> >> crash?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>>> >> >> you
>>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>>> >> >> tried,
>>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to
>>> >> >> > calculate
>>> >> >> > for
>>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>> >> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
> question
> and reply there?
>
> "Alan" wrote:
>
>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>> a
>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
>> new one,
>> Regards,
>> Alan.
>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>> >
>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>> > Fees
>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>> > 488,909.44
>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>> >
>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>> > 9.5%
>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>> > are
>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>> > include a
>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>> > ($1,319.44);
>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>> > this
>> > calculation?
>> >
>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>> >
>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> >> gives me 5.81%
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> >> > think
>> >> > it
>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>> >> > get
>> >> > the
>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>> >> > am
>> >> > using.
>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>> >> > That
>> >> > is
>> >> > not
>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>> >> > because
>> >> > it
>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> >> > loan
>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>> >> > $326.80
>> >> > and
>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>> >> > of
>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that
>> >> > my
>> >> > HP
>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>> >> > rate,
>> >> > pmt
>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>> >> > than
>> >> > before.
>> >> > Lisa M
>> >> >
>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> >> information you have available?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>> >> >> didn't
>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> >> crash?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>> >> >> you
>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> >> tried,
>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> >> > for
>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the question
and reply there?
"Alan" wrote:
> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
> new one,
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
> >
> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> > Fees
> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> > 488,909.44
> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> > considered a fee for this calculation???
> >
> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> > ($1,319.44);
> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> > calculation?
> >
> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
> >
> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> >> gives me 5.81%
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
> >> > think
> >> > it
> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
> >> > the
> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> >> > using.
> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
> >> > is
> >> > not
> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
> >> > it
> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
> >> > loan
> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> >> > and
> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
> >> > HP
> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
> >> > pmt
> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> >> > before.
> >> > Lisa M
> >> >
> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> >> information you have available?
> >> >>
> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
> >> >> crash?
> >> >>
> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
> >> >> tried,
> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
new one,
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>
> First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> Fees
> of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> 488,909.44
> and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> considered a fee for this calculation???
>
> Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> ($1,319.44);
> and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> calculation?
>
> "N Harkawat" wrote:
>
>> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> gives me 5.81%
>>
>>
>>
>> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> > think
>> > it
>> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
>> > the
>> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
>> > using.
>> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
>> > is
>> > not
>> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
>> > it
>> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> > loan
>> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
>> > and
>> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
>> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
>> > HP
>> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
>> > pmt
>> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
>> > before.
>> > Lisa M
>> >
>> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >
>> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> information you have available?
>> >>
>> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> crash?
>> >>
>> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> tried,
>> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> > for
>> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo). Fees
of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of 488,909.44
and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
considered a fee for this calculation???
Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
(9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30 ($1,319.44);
and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
calculation?
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo). Fees
of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of 488,909.44
and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
considered a fee for this calculation???
Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
(9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30 ($1,319.44);
and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
calculation?
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
new one,
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>
> First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> Fees
> of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> 488,909.44
> and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> considered a fee for this calculation???
>
> Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> ($1,319.44);
> and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> calculation?
>
> "N Harkawat" wrote:
>
>> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> gives me 5.81%
>>
>>
>>
>> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> > think
>> > it
>> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
>> > the
>> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
>> > using.
>> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
>> > is
>> > not
>> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
>> > it
>> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> > loan
>> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
>> > and
>> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
>> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
>> > HP
>> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
>> > pmt
>> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
>> > before.
>> > Lisa M
>> >
>> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >
>> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> information you have available?
>> >>
>> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> crash?
>> >>
>> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> tried,
>> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> > for
>> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the question
and reply there?
"Alan" wrote:
> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
> new one,
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
> >
> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> > Fees
> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> > 488,909.44
> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> > considered a fee for this calculation???
> >
> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> > ($1,319.44);
> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> > calculation?
> >
> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
> >
> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> >> gives me 5.81%
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
> >> > think
> >> > it
> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
> >> > the
> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> >> > using.
> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
> >> > is
> >> > not
> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
> >> > it
> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
> >> > loan
> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> >> > and
> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
> >> > HP
> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
> >> > pmt
> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> >> > before.
> >> > Lisa M
> >> >
> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> >> information you have available?
> >> >>
> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
> >> >> crash?
> >> >>
> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
> >> >> tried,
> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
> question
> and reply there?
>
> "Alan" wrote:
>
>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>> a
>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
>> new one,
>> Regards,
>> Alan.
>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>> >
>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>> > Fees
>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>> > 488,909.44
>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>> >
>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>> > 9.5%
>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>> > are
>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>> > include a
>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>> > ($1,319.44);
>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>> > this
>> > calculation?
>> >
>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>> >
>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> >> gives me 5.81%
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> >> > think
>> >> > it
>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>> >> > get
>> >> > the
>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>> >> > am
>> >> > using.
>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>> >> > That
>> >> > is
>> >> > not
>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>> >> > because
>> >> > it
>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> >> > loan
>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>> >> > $326.80
>> >> > and
>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>> >> > of
>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that
>> >> > my
>> >> > HP
>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>> >> > rate,
>> >> > pmt
>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>> >> > than
>> >> > before.
>> >> > Lisa M
>> >> >
>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> >> information you have available?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>> >> >> didn't
>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> >> crash?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>> >> >> you
>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> >> tried,
>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> >> > for
>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
click even! lol
"Alan" <alan111@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:uzpKWx4dFHA.640@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
>> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
>> question
>> and reply there?
>>
>> "Alan" wrote:
>>
>>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>>> a
>>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting
>>> a
>>> new one,
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan.
>>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>>> >
>>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>>> > Fees
>>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>>> > 488,909.44
>>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>>> >
>>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>>> > 9.5%
>>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>>> > are
>>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>>> > include a
>>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>>> > ($1,319.44);
>>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>>> > this
>>> > calculation?
>>> >
>>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>>> >> gives me 5.81%
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>>> >> > think
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>>> >> > get
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>>> >> > am
>>> >> > using.
>>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>>> >> > That
>>> >> > is
>>> >> > not
>>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>>> >> > because
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>>> >> > loan
>>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>>> >> > $326.80
>>> >> > and
>>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>>> >> > of
>>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation
>>> >> > that my
>>> >> > HP
>>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>>> >> > rate,
>>> >> > pmt
>>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>>> >> > than
>>> >> > before.
>>> >> > Lisa M
>>> >> >
>>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>>> >> >> information you have available?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>>> >> >> didn't
>>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>>> >> >> crash?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>>> >> >> you
>>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>>> >> >> tried,
>>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to
>>> >> >> > calculate
>>> >> >> > for
>>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>> >> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
new one,
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>
> First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> Fees
> of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> 488,909.44
> and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> considered a fee for this calculation???
>
> Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> ($1,319.44);
> and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> calculation?
>
> "N Harkawat" wrote:
>
>> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> gives me 5.81%
>>
>>
>>
>> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> > think
>> > it
>> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
>> > the
>> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
>> > using.
>> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
>> > is
>> > not
>> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
>> > it
>> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> > loan
>> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
>> > and
>> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
>> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
>> > HP
>> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
>> > pmt
>> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
>> > before.
>> > Lisa M
>> >
>> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >
>> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> information you have available?
>> >>
>> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> crash?
>> >>
>> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> tried,
>> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> > for
>> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo). Fees
of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of 488,909.44
and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
considered a fee for this calculation???
Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
(9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30 ($1,319.44);
and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
calculation?
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the question
and reply there?
"Alan" wrote:
> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
> new one,
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
> >
> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> > Fees
> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> > 488,909.44
> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> > considered a fee for this calculation???
> >
> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> > ($1,319.44);
> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> > calculation?
> >
> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
> >
> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> >> gives me 5.81%
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
> >> > think
> >> > it
> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
> >> > the
> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> >> > using.
> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
> >> > is
> >> > not
> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
> >> > it
> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
> >> > loan
> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> >> > and
> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
> >> > HP
> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
> >> > pmt
> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> >> > before.
> >> > Lisa M
> >> >
> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> >> information you have available?
> >> >>
> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
> >> >> crash?
> >> >>
> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
> >> >> tried,
> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
> question
> and reply there?
>
> "Alan" wrote:
>
>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>> a
>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
>> new one,
>> Regards,
>> Alan.
>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>> >
>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>> > Fees
>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>> > 488,909.44
>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>> >
>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>> > 9.5%
>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>> > are
>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>> > include a
>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>> > ($1,319.44);
>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>> > this
>> > calculation?
>> >
>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>> >
>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> >> gives me 5.81%
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> >> > think
>> >> > it
>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>> >> > get
>> >> > the
>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>> >> > am
>> >> > using.
>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>> >> > That
>> >> > is
>> >> > not
>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>> >> > because
>> >> > it
>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> >> > loan
>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>> >> > $326.80
>> >> > and
>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>> >> > of
>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that
>> >> > my
>> >> > HP
>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>> >> > rate,
>> >> > pmt
>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>> >> > than
>> >> > before.
>> >> > Lisa M
>> >> >
>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> >> information you have available?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>> >> >> didn't
>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> >> crash?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>> >> >> you
>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> >> tried,
>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> >> > for
>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
click even! lol
"Alan" <alan111@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:uzpKWx4dFHA.640@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
>> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
>> question
>> and reply there?
>>
>> "Alan" wrote:
>>
>>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>>> a
>>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting
>>> a
>>> new one,
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan.
>>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>>> >
>>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>>> > Fees
>>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>>> > 488,909.44
>>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>>> >
>>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>>> > 9.5%
>>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>>> > are
>>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>>> > include a
>>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>>> > ($1,319.44);
>>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>>> > this
>>> > calculation?
>>> >
>>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>>> >> gives me 5.81%
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>>> >> > think
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>>> >> > get
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>>> >> > am
>>> >> > using.
>>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>>> >> > That
>>> >> > is
>>> >> > not
>>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>>> >> > because
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>>> >> > loan
>>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>>> >> > $326.80
>>> >> > and
>>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>>> >> > of
>>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation
>>> >> > that my
>>> >> > HP
>>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>>> >> > rate,
>>> >> > pmt
>>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>>> >> > than
>>> >> > before.
>>> >> > Lisa M
>>> >> >
>>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>>> >> >> information you have available?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>>> >> >> didn't
>>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>>> >> >> crash?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>>> >> >> you
>>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>>> >> >> tried,
>>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to
>>> >> >> > calculate
>>> >> >> > for
>>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>> >> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo). Fees
of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of 488,909.44
and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
considered a fee for this calculation???
Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
(9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30 ($1,319.44);
and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
calculation?
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
new one,
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>
> First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> Fees
> of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> 488,909.44
> and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> considered a fee for this calculation???
>
> Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> ($1,319.44);
> and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> calculation?
>
> "N Harkawat" wrote:
>
>> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> gives me 5.81%
>>
>>
>>
>> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> > think
>> > it
>> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
>> > the
>> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
>> > using.
>> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
>> > is
>> > not
>> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
>> > it
>> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> > loan
>> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
>> > and
>> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
>> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
>> > HP
>> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
>> > pmt
>> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
>> > before.
>> > Lisa M
>> >
>> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >
>> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> information you have available?
>> >>
>> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> crash?
>> >>
>> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> tried,
>> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> > for
>> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the question
and reply there?
"Alan" wrote:
> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
> new one,
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
> >
> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> > Fees
> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> > 488,909.44
> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> > considered a fee for this calculation???
> >
> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> > ($1,319.44);
> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> > calculation?
> >
> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
> >
> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> >> gives me 5.81%
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
> >> > think
> >> > it
> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
> >> > the
> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> >> > using.
> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
> >> > is
> >> > not
> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
> >> > it
> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
> >> > loan
> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> >> > and
> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
> >> > HP
> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
> >> > pmt
> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> >> > before.
> >> > Lisa M
> >> >
> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> >> information you have available?
> >> >>
> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
> >> >> crash?
> >> >>
> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
> >> >> tried,
> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
> question
> and reply there?
>
> "Alan" wrote:
>
>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>> a
>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
>> new one,
>> Regards,
>> Alan.
>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>> >
>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>> > Fees
>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>> > 488,909.44
>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>> >
>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>> > 9.5%
>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>> > are
>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>> > include a
>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>> > ($1,319.44);
>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>> > this
>> > calculation?
>> >
>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>> >
>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> >> gives me 5.81%
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> >> > think
>> >> > it
>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>> >> > get
>> >> > the
>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>> >> > am
>> >> > using.
>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>> >> > That
>> >> > is
>> >> > not
>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>> >> > because
>> >> > it
>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> >> > loan
>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>> >> > $326.80
>> >> > and
>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>> >> > of
>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that
>> >> > my
>> >> > HP
>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>> >> > rate,
>> >> > pmt
>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>> >> > than
>> >> > before.
>> >> > Lisa M
>> >> >
>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> >> information you have available?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>> >> >> didn't
>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> >> crash?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>> >> >> you
>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> >> tried,
>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> >> > for
>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
click even! lol
"Alan" <alan111@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:uzpKWx4dFHA.640@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
>> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
>> question
>> and reply there?
>>
>> "Alan" wrote:
>>
>>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>>> a
>>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting
>>> a
>>> new one,
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan.
>>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>>> >
>>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>>> > Fees
>>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>>> > 488,909.44
>>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>>> >
>>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>>> > 9.5%
>>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>>> > are
>>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>>> > include a
>>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>>> > ($1,319.44);
>>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>>> > this
>>> > calculation?
>>> >
>>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>>> >> gives me 5.81%
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>>> >> > think
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>>> >> > get
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>>> >> > am
>>> >> > using.
>>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>>> >> > That
>>> >> > is
>>> >> > not
>>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>>> >> > because
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>>> >> > loan
>>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>>> >> > $326.80
>>> >> > and
>>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>>> >> > of
>>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation
>>> >> > that my
>>> >> > HP
>>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>>> >> > rate,
>>> >> > pmt
>>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>>> >> > than
>>> >> > before.
>>> >> > Lisa M
>>> >> >
>>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>>> >> >> information you have available?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>>> >> >> didn't
>>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>>> >> >> crash?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>>> >> >> you
>>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>>> >> >> tried,
>>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to
>>> >> >> > calculate
>>> >> >> > for
>>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>> >> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo). Fees
of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of 488,909.44
and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
considered a fee for this calculation???
Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
(9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30 ($1,319.44);
and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
calculation?
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
new one,
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>
> First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> Fees
> of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> 488,909.44
> and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> considered a fee for this calculation???
>
> Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> ($1,319.44);
> and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> calculation?
>
> "N Harkawat" wrote:
>
>> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> gives me 5.81%
>>
>>
>>
>> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> > think
>> > it
>> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
>> > the
>> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
>> > using.
>> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
>> > is
>> > not
>> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
>> > it
>> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> > loan
>> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
>> > and
>> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
>> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
>> > HP
>> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
>> > pmt
>> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
>> > before.
>> > Lisa M
>> >
>> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >
>> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> information you have available?
>> >>
>> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> crash?
>> >>
>> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> tried,
>> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> > for
>> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
click even! lol
"Alan" <alan111@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:uzpKWx4dFHA.640@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
>> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
>> question
>> and reply there?
>>
>> "Alan" wrote:
>>
>>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>>> a
>>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting
>>> a
>>> new one,
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan.
>>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>>> >
>>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>>> > Fees
>>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>>> > 488,909.44
>>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>>> >
>>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>>> > 9.5%
>>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>>> > are
>>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>>> > include a
>>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>>> > ($1,319.44);
>>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>>> > this
>>> > calculation?
>>> >
>>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>>> >> gives me 5.81%
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>>> >> > think
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>>> >> > get
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>>> >> > am
>>> >> > using.
>>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>>> >> > That
>>> >> > is
>>> >> > not
>>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>>> >> > because
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>>> >> > loan
>>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>>> >> > $326.80
>>> >> > and
>>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>>> >> > of
>>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation
>>> >> > that my
>>> >> > HP
>>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>>> >> > rate,
>>> >> > pmt
>>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>>> >> > than
>>> >> > before.
>>> >> > Lisa M
>>> >> >
>>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>>> >> >> information you have available?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>>> >> >> didn't
>>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>>> >> >> crash?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>>> >> >> you
>>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>>> >> >> tried,
>>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to
>>> >> >> > calculate
>>> >> >> > for
>>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>> >> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
> question
> and reply there?
>
> "Alan" wrote:
>
>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>> a
>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
>> new one,
>> Regards,
>> Alan.
>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>> >
>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>> > Fees
>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>> > 488,909.44
>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>> >
>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>> > 9.5%
>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>> > are
>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>> > include a
>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>> > ($1,319.44);
>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>> > this
>> > calculation?
>> >
>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>> >
>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> >> gives me 5.81%
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> >> > think
>> >> > it
>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>> >> > get
>> >> > the
>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>> >> > am
>> >> > using.
>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>> >> > That
>> >> > is
>> >> > not
>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>> >> > because
>> >> > it
>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> >> > loan
>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>> >> > $326.80
>> >> > and
>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>> >> > of
>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that
>> >> > my
>> >> > HP
>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>> >> > rate,
>> >> > pmt
>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>> >> > than
>> >> > before.
>> >> > Lisa M
>> >> >
>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> >> information you have available?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>> >> >> didn't
>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> >> crash?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>> >> >> you
>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> >> tried,
>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> >> > for
>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the question
and reply there?
"Alan" wrote:
> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
> new one,
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
> >
> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> > Fees
> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> > 488,909.44
> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> > considered a fee for this calculation???
> >
> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> > ($1,319.44);
> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> > calculation?
> >
> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
> >
> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> >> gives me 5.81%
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
> >> > think
> >> > it
> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
> >> > the
> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> >> > using.
> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
> >> > is
> >> > not
> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
> >> > it
> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
> >> > loan
> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> >> > and
> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
> >> > HP
> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
> >> > pmt
> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> >> > before.
> >> > Lisa M
> >> >
> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> >> information you have available?
> >> >>
> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
> >> >> crash?
> >> >>
> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
> >> >> tried,
> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
> question
> and reply there?
>
> "Alan" wrote:
>
>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>> a
>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
>> new one,
>> Regards,
>> Alan.
>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>> >
>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>> > Fees
>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>> > 488,909.44
>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>> >
>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>> > 9.5%
>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>> > are
>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>> > include a
>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>> > ($1,319.44);
>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>> > this
>> > calculation?
>> >
>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>> >
>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> >> gives me 5.81%
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> >> > think
>> >> > it
>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>> >> > get
>> >> > the
>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>> >> > am
>> >> > using.
>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>> >> > That
>> >> > is
>> >> > not
>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>> >> > because
>> >> > it
>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> >> > loan
>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>> >> > $326.80
>> >> > and
>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>> >> > of
>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that
>> >> > my
>> >> > HP
>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>> >> > rate,
>> >> > pmt
>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>> >> > than
>> >> > before.
>> >> > Lisa M
>> >> >
>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> >> information you have available?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>> >> >> didn't
>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> >> crash?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>> >> >> you
>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> >> tried,
>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> >> > for
>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the question
and reply there?
"Alan" wrote:
> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
> new one,
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
> >
> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> > Fees
> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> > 488,909.44
> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> > considered a fee for this calculation???
> >
> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> > ($1,319.44);
> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> > calculation?
> >
> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
> >
> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> >> gives me 5.81%
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
> >> > think
> >> > it
> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
> >> > the
> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> >> > using.
> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
> >> > is
> >> > not
> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
> >> > it
> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
> >> > loan
> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> >> > and
> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
> >> > HP
> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
> >> > pmt
> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> >> > before.
> >> > Lisa M
> >> >
> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> >> information you have available?
> >> >>
> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
> >> >> crash?
> >> >>
> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
> >> >> tried,
> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
new one,
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>
> First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> Fees
> of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> 488,909.44
> and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> considered a fee for this calculation???
>
> Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> ($1,319.44);
> and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> calculation?
>
> "N Harkawat" wrote:
>
>> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> gives me 5.81%
>>
>>
>>
>> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> > think
>> > it
>> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
>> > the
>> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
>> > using.
>> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
>> > is
>> > not
>> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
>> > it
>> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> > loan
>> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
>> > and
>> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
>> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
>> > HP
>> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
>> > pmt
>> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
>> > before.
>> > Lisa M
>> >
>> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >
>> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> information you have available?
>> >>
>> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> crash?
>> >>
>> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> tried,
>> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> > for
>> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo). Fees
of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of 488,909.44
and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
considered a fee for this calculation???
Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
(9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30 ($1,319.44);
and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
calculation?
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
click even! lol
"Alan" <alan111@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:uzpKWx4dFHA.640@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
>> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
>> question
>> and reply there?
>>
>> "Alan" wrote:
>>
>>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>>> a
>>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting
>>> a
>>> new one,
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan.
>>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>>> >
>>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>>> > Fees
>>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>>> > 488,909.44
>>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>>> >
>>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>>> > 9.5%
>>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>>> > are
>>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>>> > include a
>>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>>> > ($1,319.44);
>>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>>> > this
>>> > calculation?
>>> >
>>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>>> >> gives me 5.81%
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>>> >> > think
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>>> >> > get
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>>> >> > am
>>> >> > using.
>>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>>> >> > That
>>> >> > is
>>> >> > not
>>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>>> >> > because
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>>> >> > loan
>>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>>> >> > $326.80
>>> >> > and
>>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>>> >> > of
>>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation
>>> >> > that my
>>> >> > HP
>>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>>> >> > rate,
>>> >> > pmt
>>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>>> >> > than
>>> >> > before.
>>> >> > Lisa M
>>> >> >
>>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>>> >> >> information you have available?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>>> >> >> didn't
>>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>>> >> >> crash?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>>> >> >> you
>>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>>> >> >> tried,
>>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to
>>> >> >> > calculate
>>> >> >> > for
>>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>> >> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the question
and reply there?
"Alan" wrote:
> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
> new one,
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
> >
> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> > Fees
> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> > 488,909.44
> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> > considered a fee for this calculation???
> >
> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> > ($1,319.44);
> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> > calculation?
> >
> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
> >
> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> >> gives me 5.81%
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
> >> > think
> >> > it
> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
> >> > the
> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> >> > using.
> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
> >> > is
> >> > not
> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
> >> > it
> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
> >> > loan
> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> >> > and
> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
> >> > HP
> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
> >> > pmt
> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> >> > before.
> >> > Lisa M
> >> >
> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> >> information you have available?
> >> >>
> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
> >> >> crash?
> >> >>
> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
> >> >> tried,
> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
click even! lol
"Alan" <alan111@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:uzpKWx4dFHA.640@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
>> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
>> question
>> and reply there?
>>
>> "Alan" wrote:
>>
>>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>>> a
>>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting
>>> a
>>> new one,
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan.
>>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>>> >
>>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>>> > Fees
>>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>>> > 488,909.44
>>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>>> >
>>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>>> > 9.5%
>>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>>> > are
>>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>>> > include a
>>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>>> > ($1,319.44);
>>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>>> > this
>>> > calculation?
>>> >
>>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>>> >> gives me 5.81%
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>>> >> > think
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>>> >> > get
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>>> >> > am
>>> >> > using.
>>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>>> >> > That
>>> >> > is
>>> >> > not
>>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>>> >> > because
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>>> >> > loan
>>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>>> >> > $326.80
>>> >> > and
>>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>>> >> > of
>>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation
>>> >> > that my
>>> >> > HP
>>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>>> >> > rate,
>>> >> > pmt
>>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>>> >> > than
>>> >> > before.
>>> >> > Lisa M
>>> >> >
>>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>>> >> >> information you have available?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>>> >> >> didn't
>>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>>> >> >> crash?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>>> >> >> you
>>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>>> >> >> tried,
>>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to
>>> >> >> > calculate
>>> >> >> > for
>>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>> >> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
> question
> and reply there?
>
> "Alan" wrote:
>
>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>> a
>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
>> new one,
>> Regards,
>> Alan.
>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>> >
>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>> > Fees
>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>> > 488,909.44
>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>> >
>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>> > 9.5%
>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>> > are
>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>> > include a
>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>> > ($1,319.44);
>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>> > this
>> > calculation?
>> >
>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>> >
>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> >> gives me 5.81%
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> >> > think
>> >> > it
>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>> >> > get
>> >> > the
>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>> >> > am
>> >> > using.
>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>> >> > That
>> >> > is
>> >> > not
>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>> >> > because
>> >> > it
>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> >> > loan
>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>> >> > $326.80
>> >> > and
>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>> >> > of
>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that
>> >> > my
>> >> > HP
>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>> >> > rate,
>> >> > pmt
>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>> >> > than
>> >> > before.
>> >> > Lisa M
>> >> >
>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> >> information you have available?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>> >> >> didn't
>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> >> crash?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>> >> >> you
>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> >> tried,
>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> >> > for
>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
new one,
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>
> First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> Fees
> of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> 488,909.44
> and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> considered a fee for this calculation???
>
> Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> ($1,319.44);
> and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> calculation?
>
> "N Harkawat" wrote:
>
>> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> gives me 5.81%
>>
>>
>>
>> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> > think
>> > it
>> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
>> > the
>> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
>> > using.
>> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
>> > is
>> > not
>> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
>> > it
>> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> > loan
>> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
>> > and
>> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
>> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
>> > HP
>> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
>> > pmt
>> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
>> > before.
>> > Lisa M
>> >
>> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >
>> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> information you have available?
>> >>
>> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> crash?
>> >>
>> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> tried,
>> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> > for
>> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo). Fees
of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of 488,909.44
and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
considered a fee for this calculation???
Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
(9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30 ($1,319.44);
and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
calculation?
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo). Fees
of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of 488,909.44
and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
considered a fee for this calculation???
Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
(9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30 ($1,319.44);
and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
calculation?
"N Harkawat" wrote:
> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> gives me 5.81%
>
>
>
> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't think
> > it
> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get the
> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> > using.
> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That is
> > not
> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because it
> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example: loan
> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> > and
> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my HP
> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate, pmt
> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> > before.
> > Lisa M
> >
> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >
> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> information you have available?
> >>
> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a crash?
> >>
> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've tried,
> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >>
> >>
> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate for
> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >>
>
>
>
A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
new one,
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>
> First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> Fees
> of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> 488,909.44
> and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> considered a fee for this calculation???
>
> Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> ($1,319.44);
> and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> calculation?
>
> "N Harkawat" wrote:
>
>> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> gives me 5.81%
>>
>>
>>
>> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> > think
>> > it
>> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
>> > the
>> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
>> > using.
>> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
>> > is
>> > not
>> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
>> > it
>> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> > loan
>> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
>> > and
>> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
>> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
>> > HP
>> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
>> > pmt
>> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
>> > before.
>> > Lisa M
>> >
>> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >
>> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> information you have available?
>> >>
>> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
>> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> crash?
>> >>
>> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
>> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> tried,
>> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> > for
>> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the question
and reply there?
"Alan" wrote:
> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's a
> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
> new one,
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
> >
> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
> > Fees
> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
> > 488,909.44
> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
> > considered a fee for this calculation???
> >
> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at 9.5%
> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44 are
> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and include a
> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
> > ($1,319.44);
> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for this
> > calculation?
> >
> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
> >
> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
> >> gives me 5.81%
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
> >> > think
> >> > it
> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to get
> >> > the
> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I am
> >> > using.
> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged. That
> >> > is
> >> > not
> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged because
> >> > it
> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
> >> > loan
> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of $326.80
> >> > and
> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR of
> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that my
> >> > HP
> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int rate,
> >> > pmt
> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info than
> >> > before.
> >> > Lisa M
> >> >
> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
> >> >> information you have available?
> >> >>
> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it didn't
> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
> >> >> crash?
> >> >>
> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead you
> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
> >> >> tried,
> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
Regards,
Alan.
"MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
> question
> and reply there?
>
> "Alan" wrote:
>
>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>> a
>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting a
>> new one,
>> Regards,
>> Alan.
>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>> >
>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>> > Fees
>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>> > 488,909.44
>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>> >
>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>> > 9.5%
>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>> > are
>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>> > include a
>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>> > ($1,319.44);
>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>> > this
>> > calculation?
>> >
>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>> >
>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>> >> gives me 5.81%
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>> >> > think
>> >> > it
>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>> >> > get
>> >> > the
>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>> >> > am
>> >> > using.
>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>> >> > That
>> >> > is
>> >> > not
>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>> >> > because
>> >> > it
>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>> >> > loan
>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>> >> > $326.80
>> >> > and
>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>> >> > of
>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation that
>> >> > my
>> >> > HP
>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>> >> > rate,
>> >> > pmt
>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>> >> > than
>> >> > before.
>> >> > Lisa M
>> >> >
>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>> >> >> information you have available?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>> >> >> didn't
>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>> >> >> crash?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>> >> >> you
>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>> >> >> tried,
>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >> >>
>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to calculate
>> >> >> > for
>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>> >> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
click even! lol
"Alan" <alan111@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:uzpKWx4dFHA.640@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yes, just open Lisa's mail and cick 'Reply Group'
> Regards,
> Alan.
> "MK Manzer" <MKManzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:0EDF49C8-214C-4708-8ECE-134F1B60BB82@microsoft.com...
>> How do I do that exactly? Go to the first box where Lisa asked the
>> question
>> and reply there?
>>
>> "Alan" wrote:
>>
>>> A word of advice, repost this as a reply in the original thread, there's
>>> a
>>> good chance it wont be seen by the person you're addressing by starting
>>> a
>>> new one,
>>> Regards,
>>> Alan.
>>> "MK Manzer" <MK Manzer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:55FC6CD2-2A34-437A-9509-5F7A5C7DE3F1@microsoft.com...
>>> > GREAT help. Can you help with TWO interest only loans?
>>> >
>>> > First -- $500,000 loan for 2 years (24 months) at 9.5% (3,958.33/mo).
>>> > Fees
>>> > of $11,090.56 are deducted from loan amount for a net funding of
>>> > 488,909.44
>>> > and include a 2 point origination fee ($10,000); prepaid interest from
>>> > 6/23-6/30 of $1,055.56; and a $35 wire fee. Is prepaid interest is
>>> > considered a fee for this calculation???
>>> >
>>> > Second - $1,250,000 loan for 3 years (36 months). First 2 years at
>>> > 9.5%
>>> > (9,895.83/mo); 3rd year at 10.5% (10,937.50/mo). Fees of $54,479.44
>>> > are
>>> > deducted from loan amount for a net funding of $1,195,520.56 and
>>> > include a
>>> > 4.25% origination fee (53,125); prepaid interest from 6/27-6/30
>>> > ($1,319.44);
>>> > and a $35 wire fee. Again, is prepaid interest considered a fee for
>>> > this
>>> > calculation?
>>> >
>>> > "N Harkawat" wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> =RATE(360,PMT(5.75%/12,360,56000),56000-361.22)*12
>>> >> gives me 5.81%
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> "Lisa M" <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >> news:878CC6E5-4C78-4F2B-B70B-189DF7A0EAA0@microsoft.com...
>>> >> > Hope this info helps. It's kind of hard to type it and I wouldn't
>>> >> > think
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > be a good idea to post it. I can use a HP Financial Calculator to
>>> >> > get
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > number I need but I would rather have it on the spreadsheet that I
>>> >> > am
>>> >> > using.
>>> >> > I need to calculate an APR with Fees included. I tried the
>>> >> > =Rate(TERM, -PMT,
>>> >> > $ AMT)*12 and it gave me the actually rate of interest charged.
>>> >> > That
>>> >> > is
>>> >> > not
>>> >> > what I need. The APR is greater than the interest rate charged
>>> >> > because
>>> >> > it
>>> >> > takes the original loan amt plus certain fees charged. An example:
>>> >> > loan
>>> >> > amount of $56,000 at rate of 5.75% for 30 yrs with a P&I pmt of
>>> >> > $326.80
>>> >> > and
>>> >> > fees of $361.22. If I plug the numbers into my HP, it calcs an APR
>>> >> > of
>>> >> > 5.810%. I would like to have the speadsheet do the calculation
>>> >> > that my
>>> >> > HP
>>> >> > calculator does. I have in the spreadsheet the loan amount, int
>>> >> > rate,
>>> >> > pmt
>>> >> > and fees. Do you have any other suggestions?
>>> >> > Thanks for all of your help. I hope that I gave you better info
>>> >> > than
>>> >> > before.
>>> >> > Lisa M
>>> >> >
>>> >> > "JE McGimpsey" wrote:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >> How could anyone know what to suggest when you don't tell what
>>> >> >> information you have available?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> RATE() certainly can "calculate for mortgages". What does "it
>>> >> >> didn't
>>> >> >> work" mean? Did you get the wrong answer? no answer? an error? a
>>> >> >> crash?
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> Nobody can see your worksheet (and please don't post it). Instead
>>> >> >> you
>>> >> >> need to actually describe how your data is laid out, what you've
>>> >> >> tried,
>>> >> >> and what hasn't worked.
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> In article <DB9FF80A-FCD8-47A0-A359-3CCC4BF2AADA@microsoft.com>,
>>> >> >> Lisa M <LisaM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> >> >>
>>> >> >> > I tried that but it didn't work. Thanks!!!! I need to
>>> >> >> > calculate
>>> >> >> > for
>>> >> >> > mortgages. Any other sugestions?
>>> >> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
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