Mortgage Tax Savings Calculator

Interest paid on a mortgage is tax deductible if you itemize on your tax return. So are points that are paid to lower your interest rate. Use this calculator to determine how much you could save in income taxes. Click on the “View Report” button to view the results in detail.




Information and interactive calculators are made available to you as self-help tools for your independent use and are not intended to provide investment advice. We cannot and do not guarantee their applicability or accuracy in regards to your individual circumstances. All examples are hypothetical and are for illustrative purposes. We encourage you to seek personalized advice from one of our qualified mortgage specialists.

The Paramount Pledge™ – Triple Protection

The Paramount Pledge. It is our promise to you that we’ll provide the best rates, won’t charge you an application fee to lock in a rate and will ensure we can close and lock in a rate at the terms we provide.

No Application Fee – Other lenders charge hundreds of dollars to start the loan process with you. Paramount Equity Mortgage® will never ask you to pay an application fee just to lock in your rate.
Better Rate Warranty – After you complete a loan with us, we will cover most of the cost to refinance or purchase within the next seven years, for any reason.
Set & Secure Closing Guarantee™* – Once we receive all required borrower information, your signed disclosure and lock your loan, we guarantee we can close your loan at the rate and terms we provided. If we can’t, we will pay you $500.
* The Set & Secure Closing Guarantee is not valid in the event that there is an unforeseen change such as, an appraisal coming in under value, undisclosed debt at the time the loan was pre-qualified, a change in income due to loss of job or change in employment, etc. This guarantee is also not valid in the event that you withdraw your application or request a change to the terms of your loan. A change in terms would consist of, but is not limited to, a change in loan amount, fixed vs. adjustable rate, number of years the loan is amortized, adding/removing a borrower, etc.