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Formula to calculate interest only on a short term loan?

Formula to calculate interest only on a short term loan?

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I am not familiar with Excel 2007 and need to calculate a bridge loan MONTHLY INTEREST ONLY scenario, with a fixed %rate, for a range of 1 -6 months. Not sure if if interest accrues daily or monthly.

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EXCEL 2007 Formula to calculate INTEREST only on a 3 month bridge

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I am trying to calculate monthly INTEREST ONLY payment on a short term bridge/swing loan. Assuming an interest rate of 2.75%, paid monthly, Also assuming it will be required for a 3-6 month period, amount approx $500,00. Just switched to Excel 2007 but don't seem to be able to calculate using the formula builder. Not sure if it is compounded daily or monthly.

interest only loan amortization schedule

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Is there a way make an amortization schedule for an interest only
loan? It would compute the schedule from the loan amount, term of the loan, interest only period, and interest rate.

Calculate Interest Paid w/ Additional Payments to Principle

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I am trying to calculate the interest I would save if I were to pay an additional amount toward the principle of a loan, a certain amount of times a year, starting at a particular month in the loan term. For example,
Loan Amount = $100,00
Interest Rate = 6.375%
Loan Start Date = 12/1/03
Additional Payment = $100
Number of Times Per Year = 12
Add. Payment Start Date = 12/1/08

loan amortizations worksheets

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I know I have pulled up prepared loan amortization functions in excel where
you enter the loan amount interest rate term etc and it will calculate the
payments - I cannot find it now - can someone remind me how to find them

Loan Interest Calculation in Excel

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This might be more of a finance/math question but I'll post it and see what you think. I have never seen a lender issue a loan on a descending interest rate scale. In the attached, you'll see what I propose as a standard calculation and in the middle columns, you'll see what the lender has provided. Since it was a PDF, I had to hard code and then calculate the implied interest rate (Column O). The part that I don't understand is the loan is supposed to carry an interest rate of 9.75% but I can't calculate that - I get a weighted average of 9.23%.
To complicate the issue, there was a credit issued in December 2011 which is why you'll see the cells highlighted in yellow. One would think of this as a prepayment but I suppose the lender wants to maintain the original duration so they have elected to reset the payments.

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