For financial instruments, the time from the inception of a loan or investment instrument with scheduled principal repayments to the due date of the final contractually obligated principal repayment. For fixed assets, the period from the acquisition of a fixed asset to the date of the last periodic reduction (made to reflect depreciation) of the book value of that asset. (Assets may be depreciated until the book value is zero, but sometimes are only depreciated until the book value is reduced to an assumed salvage value.)

THE PERIOD OF TIME REQUIRED TO REDUCE A DEBT TO ZERO WHEN PAYMENTS ARE MADE REGULARLY (I.E. THE TIME REQUIRED TO COMPLETELY PAY OUT THE MORTGAGE LOAN). NORMALLY BASED ON 25 YRS.

The term of a loan or the amount of time needed to recover the net investment made in a specific project.When it comes to foreclosed real estate, your amortization period will likely be the term of your home loan.

The term used to describe thea mount of time in which the mortgage will be paid in full, assuming equal payments. The standard amortization

This refers to the period of time for which you will owe interest and principal to your lender - the bank or HFC (housing finance company).

The period required to get to the point when the capital value of the investment first becomes positive. Amortization periods greater than 40 years are not calculated in the programme.

Time taken to reduce the value of the debt through payment of regular installments until the loan has been paid off in full. For Home Loans the maximum amortisation period may be as high as 30 years but is usually 25 years.

The period of time, (most often 15, 20 or 25 years) that is required to pay off the debt, making regular payments.

The amortization period is the period of time - most often 15, 20 or 25 years - required to pay off the debt when payments are made on a regular basis.

That period of time over which a calculated mortgage payment will fully repay a set loan at a set interest rate.

is the total mortgage repayment period. It has nothing to do with the length (term) of the loan.

The time period over which the payments are calculated. It may not necessarily coincide with the maturity of the note. (For example, the note may be amortized over 30 years to lower the payment, but the balance becomes due and payable in 10 years. This is also known as a balloon.)

The maximum number of years it will take to repay a home loan. Maximum amortization period is usually between 20 and 30 years.

The number of years it takes to repay the entire amount of the financing based on a set of fixed payments.

The time over which equal payments would pay off the mortgage. This is normally 25 years for a new mortgage.

the period or length of time over which the principal portion of a mortgage loan is scheduled to be paid down through periodic payments.

Number of years it takes to repay the mortgage loan.

the number of periods (usually years) it will take to pay off the mortgage.

The actual number of years it will take to pay back your mortgage loan.

The number of years that you take to fully pay off your mortgage (not the same as your mortgage term). Amortization periods are often 15, 20, or 25 years long.

The amount of time it takes to gradually pay back the entire mortgage amount.

The period of time for economic recovery of the net investment in a project. This period is the lesser of 1) the period of time over which the plan can be expected to serve a useful purpose, or 2) the period of time when further discounting of beneficial and adverse effects will not appreciably influence design.

The length of time that it will take to pay off a loan when making equal monthly payments (including interest).

The time required to pay a mortgage loan in full, assuming the interest rate remains constant.

The number of years required for reducing a mortgage debt to zero.

the length of time, commonly 25 years, that it takes to completely pay off a mortgage through repayment of the original debt or principal and the accumulated interest. Assumption of a mortgage - the buyer of a property agrees to take over repayment of the current owner's mortgage as part of an agreement to purchase the property, usually to save the current owner discharge costs or because the existing interest rate and term are attractive. See mortgage and discharge.

The actual number of Years it will take to repay a mortgage in full.

A time of arrangement for paying off a mortgage by equal instalments or periodic constant payments. Repayments of principal and interest in "blended” amounts. Fully amortized means complete repayment without a “balloon” payment at the end of the term.