You can do a wide range of work in **Excel **worksheets. **Excel **is a versatile application used in the economical sector also. For instance, you can create cash memos or maintain a record of cash flows in **Excel**. You can also** calculate HELOC payment in Excel**. In this article, I will show **how to make HELOC payment calculator in Excel**. I will show **four **easy steps to make this **HELOC **calculator in **Excel**. Hopefully, this will help you to increase your **Excel **skill.

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## Introduction to HELOC

**Home equity lines of credit** are known as **HELOC**. Itâ€™s a unique kind of loan based on the equity in a homeownerâ€™s mortgage. It differs from other home equity loans, such as mortgages and cash refinances, as well. I will show the calculation method for **HELOC **payments below.

**HELOC Payment =Â (CHB Ã— RATE) Ã— ( (1 + RATE)^(12 Ã— RP)) / ( (1 + RATE)^(12 Ã— RP) â€“ 1 )**

Where,

**CHB = Current HELOC Balance (Principal)**

**RP= Repayment Periods in Years**

**RATE= Monthly Interest Rate**

## Step-by-Step Procedures to Make HELOC Payment Calculator in Excel

Here, I will consider a dataset about the **Payment Details of ABC Traders**. The dataset has two columns, **B **and **C **called** Property** and** Value**. The dataset ranged ranges from **B4 **to **C11**. The **Value **column is blank here. I will input the required values step by step and will complete all the procedures shown below. The process is not so complex. I have added the necessary images with the steps for your convenience.

### Step 1: Making the Dataset

This is the first step of this article. Here I will make the dataset. Follow the steps given below and make a dataset similar to mine.

- I have selected
**8**rows and**2**columns for the dataset. - The two columns
**B**and**C**are called**Property**and**Value.**

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### Step 2: Entering the Input Values

Now, I will describe the second step of this procedure, I will Input the required values here. Follow the steps and images to make a **HELOC **payment calculator in **Excel**.

- First Enter the value of
**3000**dollars as**CHB**in the**C5Â**cell. - Then, input the Rate value of
**5%**in the**C6Â**cell. - After that, enter the RP value as
**2**in the**C7Â**cell.

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### Step 3: Calculating Monthly Interests with Other Parameters

This is the most important step of this article. I will calculate different important parameters of making a **HELOC **payment calculator. These parameters have an important influence on the calculation of **HELOC **payments. So follow the steps carefully. Moreover, I hope this will increase your excel skill.

- First, select the
**C8Â**cell. - Additionally, write down the following formula in the
**C8**cell.

`=C5*C6`

- Then, press the
**enterÂ**button.

- Consequently, you will find the result of
**150**dollars in the**C8Â**cell.

- After that, select the
**C9Â**cell. - Write down the following formula in the selected cell.

`=1+((C6)/12)`

- After pressing
**enter**, you will find the result like the picture given below.

- Now, select the
**C10Â**cell. - After that, copy the following formula in the selected cell.

`=12*C7`

- After pressing enter, you will find the result like the picture given below.

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### Step 4: Calculating Final HELOC

This is the last step of this article. At the last point of this article, you will calculate the final **HELOC **for the **ABC **Traders. Follow the simple steps mentioned below.

- Select the
**C11**cell first. - After that, copy the following formula in the
**C11Â**cell.

`=C5*C6*((C9^C10)/((C9^C10)-1))`

- Meanwhile, press the
**enterÂ**button. - As a consequence, you will get the final
**HELOC**payment in cell**C11**.

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## Things to Remember

- Be careful about the parameters you have used in the whole process as they have an impact on the calculation of
**HELOC Payment.**

## Conclusion

In this article, I have tried to explain **how to make HELOC payment calculator Excel**. I hope, you have learned something new from this article. Now, extend your skill by following the steps of these methods. You will find such interesting blogs on our website **Exceldemy.com**. However, I hope you have enjoyed the whole tutorial. Moreover, If you have any queries, feel free to ask me in the comment section. Donâ€™t forget to give us your feedback.

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What is the little up arrow carrot between c9 and c10 in the resultant formula of the heloc

Hello Tom,

The upward arrow between C9 and C10 in the formula indicates the exponent operation of mathematics. In the formula, C9 raised to the power of C10 is written as C9^C10. A simple example would be “Two Squared” which is written as 2^2 = 4, where 2 is raised to the power of 2, resulting in 4.

Thank you, but hard to see how this can be correct. In your example, you borrow $3000, and if you have to pay back in 2 years at 5%, your total payment will be $150,000? That does not sound right.

Hello, Test. Thank you for this beautiful feedback.

Yes, you are right. This doesn’t seem right. We found the error as we were dividing the interest rate by 100 even though it was already in

Percentageformat. As a result, our answer got multiplied by 100 later. That is, when calculating the1+Ratevalue, we had to dividecell C6by only 12, not 100 and 12 both.We have fixed the error now. You can go through the corrected article again and download our corrected workbook too.

However, this article is written on the basis of compound interest. You can also use the simple interest formula here to find your simple HELOC Payment.

With Regards,

Md. Tanjim Reza Tanim