Mortgage Calculator

Amortization Routine employing BA II Furthermore





This video clip points out how to assemble an amortization timetable employing the TI BA II Furthermore calculator.
The method talked about is also applied to estimate house loan payments.

23 comments

  1. Thanks, so perfect~~!!!

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  2. Your videos are great. Thank you

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  3. Greatttttt video, so simple to understand. I so needed this for financial management course.

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  4. When you are ready to Amort, why do you put P1 ENTER and P2 ENTER ?

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  5. Thanks a million Joshua Emmanuel, you are a life saver!

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  6. thanks josh

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  7. Thank you for the video! Much appreciated. Learned more in your 4 min video than a whole class at University

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  8. Great explanation, thanks!

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  9. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! you taught me so much in this short video!!

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  10. Thanks a lot. I don't know how to calculate amortisation in calculator. This video helped me to get it.

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  11. Great video, but is is still incumbent on you to explain when you clear TVM and when you don't. At 2:10 you are re-inputting the payment of 6071.14 although it is still saved in the key PMT from before. The reason why I think this is important is because I do not understand which parts of the previous computation are necessary to create the amortization table. Still very helpful video!!!

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  12. Hi Josh- i really like your video. Is there somewhere to download the calculator for my computer?

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  13. Great video. Thank you.

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  14. Thanks for helping! what a good job!

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  15. Thanks man, nice and clear to understand!

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  16. Amazing video, thanks a lot man!

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  17. This explanation is better than the $200.00 software I purchased for my Finance class ha ha/ Thanks for the upload!

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  18. if you put pv in negative pmt should be in positive then only getting bal 15577.5

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  19. thx for the explanation, Joshua!

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  20. watched this before my exam the other day, perfect video, thank you so much.

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  21. thank you

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  22. Hi
    I followed you step by step, but I didn't get the same numbers you got for balance, PRN, INT, what would be the mistake?

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  23. thank you!! I like the way you explained it.

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