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  1. GMF
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    I need a good real estate calculator with amortization, lease functions, payoff calculations, etc. Any thoughts on the best products out there?
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    The treo 600 has a financial calculator....has some of that functionality built in, albeit a bit difficult to use.
    Rob
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    Rob:
    Thanks. I've tried to use the calculator without success and there are no instructions anywhere. Just a few obscure lines in the manual. Any help?
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    Once you get the calculator open, and select the financial functions on the far left drop down try this.

    N = # of payments - 360 for a 30 year mortgage
    APR = enter as a regular # e.g. 6.3
    p/yr = 12 for monthly payments
    PV = financed amount
    FV = 0 assuming you're gonna pay it off

    Once that is done, click on the edit button, 2nd row, far left.

    clear out the payment field, then click on solve.

    I'm sure there is a better way, but that is as far as I've gotten.

    Must be instructions somewhere...
    Rob
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    I use palmagent you can find it at palmagent.com it's not cheap but it's the best out there.

    Mark
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    Look for 'powerone' calculator. It's very robust and customizable. I have yet to see a more sophisticated financial calculator for Palm.

    http://www.infinitysw.com/products/index.html

    Jeff

    (not affiliated, just a user)
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    Take a look at NeoCalc. Not very well known, but quite capable.

    http://www.hudren.com/products/neocal/
    73 de K3SLS
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    You might want to also check out RealtyJuggler Calculator. It has five calculators which compute commissions, maximum loan a buyer can qualify for, mortgage prymants, rent vs own comparison and seller net. It's extremely straightforward to use.

    http://www.realorganized.com/realtyj...ator_info.html
    Scott Schmitz
    RealOrganized, Inc.
    Organizational Software for Real Estate
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    Quote Originally Posted by SSchmitz99
    You might want to also check out RealtyJuggler Calculator. It has five calculators which compute commissions, maximum loan a buyer can qualify for, mortgage prymants, rent vs own comparison and seller net. It's extremely straightforward to use.

    http://www.realorganized.com/realtyj...ator_info.html
    $49 for a calculator for the palm - WOW!!!

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