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The schedule of payments for paying off a loan.

The breakdown of individual payments throughout the life of an amortized loan, showing both principal contribution and debt service (interest) fees.

A schedule of payments designed to liquidate a debt. May be over any agreed upon period of time. An example of this would be a standard 30-year mortgage amortization wherein a borrower would make 360 equal consecutive monthly payments at the end of which the original loan would be paid in full.

Schedule of repayments of the principal amount of a loan.

A schedule showing the breakdown of each payment of a loan applied to principal and the amount applied to interest.

The amortization schedule shows monthly instalments of principal and interest and how much of the payment is allocated to each. It also shows the unpaid principal balance.

A schedule showing each payment of a loan to be amortized and breaking down the payment into the amount applied to principal and the amount applied to interest.

A loan's amortization schedule is the timetable for payments. It shows the amount of each payment applied to the principal (the amount borrowed) and the interest, and also shows the remaining balance on the loan after each payment is made.

A table showing the mortgage payment, broken down by interest and amortization, the loan balance, tax and insurance payments if made by the lender, and the balance of the tax/insurance escrow account.

The schedule showing the amount of each payment applied to interest and principal and the balance remaining.

This is a schedule that details the principal and interest payments and the amount outstanding at any given point during the amortization period.

A timetable of mortgage payments showing the interest and principal paid, and the remaining balance.

A table that shows the principal changes of a mortgage balance on a monthly or annual basis.

A schedule showing each payment, breaking down the payment into the amounts applied to the principal and interest.

a detailed record of the principal and interest paid on each payment date, showing the remaining principal owed after each payment

a list of balances, payments, and interest charges from loan

a list of regular equal payments that will pay off a debt in a specified period

a little calendar that will show how much of the loan and the interest on it remains after each payment's made

a payment-by-payment ledger of the status of your

a periodic table illustrating payments, principal, interest, and outstanding balance

a plan that shows how a given loan (principle sum) will be repaid at a specified rate and term by listing principle and interest at the scheduled payment date throughout the term of the loan

a record of your loan or mortgage For a detailed explanation continue reading below

a table giving the reduction of your loan amount by monthly installments

a table showing the payment amount, interest, principal and unpaid balance for the entire term of the loan

a table showing the payment and the amounts applied to interest and principal

a table that breaks down each payment into the portion

a table with a row for each

a timetable or chronological payment history showing the payment and the balance owing after each payment

a timetable that breaks down the payments of a mortgage in detail

a tool for showing you what you can do to eliminate interest from your loan

a useful tool in determining what kind of interest rate you are willing to accept

a way see exactly how your principal and interest payments are applied over the life of your loan

A table that shows monthly payments, interest and principal requirements, and unpaid balances over the life of a loan.

Shows the beginning and ending balances and the amount of payment that applies to the principal and interest for each year over the life of the loan.

A Schedule showing the rate that a debt will be paid back. It usually includes how much principal and interest are paid for each period of the schedule. This can usually be obtained from the financial institution that you owe the debt to.

A schedule of how mortgage debt is changed over time.

A schedule which reflects the repayment of a mortgage obligation in terms of the portion of each payment applied to principal, as well as interest.

A table that shows how much of each mortgage payment will be applied to the principal balance and interest over the loan term until there is a zero balance owed.

A table that shows the amortization of a loan, including the original loan amount; monthly payments; interest and principal amounts that are paid off each month; and the ending balance.

The schedule that shows over time, usually monthly, the status of a loan and the principal and interest applied to the loan. Alternately, the schedule showing, over time, the amortization taken against an intangible asset.

A chart showing the installments required to repay an amortized loan, including the portion of each payment that will be attributed to principal and interest.

For a 30-year fixed loan of $200,000 at 7% interest, the amortization schedule would show the detail of each of the 360 monthly payments of $1,330.61.

A table showing the mortgage payment, broken down by interest and principal, and the loan balance.

The amortization schedule of a loan is the timetable for loan re-payment that shows how much of each payment is applied to interest and how much to principal, as well as the remaining balance after each payment.

A table that shows the changes in principal of the mortgage loan balance.

A schedule that provides a breakdown of the principal and interest payments, and the amount outstanding at any given point during the amortization period.

A table showing the amounts of principal and interest due and the remaining outstanding balance with each payment to be made on a mortgage.

Time schedule for loan repayment of a home loan showing what amount of each payment is applied to principal and interest for the remaining balance of the loan.

A table which shows the payment amount applied toward the principal and the interest amount over the life of the loan. The gradual decrease of the loan balance should also be shown until it reaches zero.

A table that specifies when all payments will be made over the course of a loan. · See Also · Amortization · Mortgage

A timetable for payment of a mortgage that lists the remaining balance, and the amount of each payment that is applied to interest versus principal.

A timetable for payment of a loan. An amortization schedule shows how much of each payment as it is applied to interest and principal the remaining balance after each payment.

A timetable for payment of a mortgage loan. An amortization schedule shows the amount of each payment applied to interest and principal and shows the remaining balance after each payment is made.

A schedule of each payment due on a mortgage loan showing the amount applied to principal, the amount applied to interest and the remaining principal balance due.

A schedule of payments designed to fully pay back the loan amount and interest in a specified period of time.

A monthly repayment schedule outlining how a loan will be paid off in fixed payments combining principal and interest.

A loan repayment schedule that shows the principal and interest payment portion of each mortgage payment, and the effect that it has on debt reduction.

A table showing the principal and interest amounts due at regular intervals and the unpaid balance after each payment is made.

A schedule that shows how much principal and interest are due at specified intervals and the unpaid balance of the mortgage after each payment.

Provided by mortgage lenders, the schedule shows how over the term of your mortgage the principal portion of the mortgage payment increases and the interest portion of the mortgage payment decreases.

A table which shows how much of each payment will be applied toward principal and how much toward interest over the life of the loan. It also shows the gradual decrease of the loan balance until it reaches zero.

A list of each payment due on a mortgage loan, which shows the amount applied to the principal, the amount applied to interest, and the remaining principal balance.

A table which shows the distribution of monthly payments - how muchwill be applied toward principal and how much toward interest over thelife of the loan.

A timetable for payment of a mortgage showing the amount of each payment applied to interest and principal and the balance remaining. Page Top

The printed table of the payments to be made on an amortized loan showing the date and amount of each payment, the amount of each payment which will be applied to interest and to principal and the balance of principal still outstanding on the loan after the payment is made.

A table indicating how much of each payment will be directed toward principal, and how much toward interest over the entire life of the loan; it also shows the gradual decrease of the balance of the loan.

A time table for payment of a mortgage showing the amount of each payment applies to interest and principal and the balance remaining.

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A timetable for repayment of a mortgage showing the number of payments, the amount of each payment applied to interest and principal and the balance remaining.

A timetable for payment of a mortgage detailing the amount of each payment applied to interest and principal and the balance left outstanding.

A timetable for payment of a mortgage showing the amount of each payment applied to interest and principal and the remaining balance of the loan.

A table showing the mortgage payment, broken down by interest and amortization, the loan balance, and perhaps other data.

A Timetable for payment of a home loan showing what amount of each payment is applied to principal and interest for the remaining balance of the loan.

A table that shows how much of each periodic mortgage payment is principal and interest.

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A timetable for the repayment of a mortgage loan. It shows the amount of each payment applied to interest and principal and the remaining balance.

The time table for payment of a loan showing the amount of each payment which is applied to principal and interest for the remaining balance of the loan.

a timetable which shows the amount of principle and interest applied from each of the monthly payments made and the balance owned.

a table showing the breakdown of a fixed mortgage payment between interest and the return of principal

The table which details each periodic payment over the life of a loan. It shows the portions of principal and interest for each payment and the principal balance after each payment, as well as the total interest paid to date.

A table showing how a loan is systematically repaid during its term.

A table listing the amounts of principal and interest due on a loan at regular payment times and the unpaid principal balance of the loan after each payment has been made.

A timetable for mortgage payment showing the amount of each payment applied to interest, the amount applied to principal, and the balance remaining.

A schedule that shows the portions of each payment that are applied to interest and to principal. It also shows the loan balance remaining after each payment.

A table that shows how much of each month's (or however often a payment is due) payment goes towards interest and how much goes towards principal over the entire life of the loan. It also shows the gradual decrease of your remaining loan balance until it reaches zero and the end of the loan's life.

A schedule showing the debt principal and interest payments.

A table showing the amounts of principal and interest due and the unpaid mortgage balance after each payment.

A payment timetable showing payments, interest, principal and balance due.

Timetable for payment of a mortgage showing the amount of each payment applied to interest and principal as well as the remaining balance.

A detailed breakdown of repayment of a loan showing the interest portion and the principle portion.

A schedule showing the principal and interest payments throughout the life of the loan.

A time table of mortgage payments over the course of a loan that shows how much is applied to both the principal and interest. An amortization schedule gives a breakdown of your monthly payments in principal and interest. During the early years of your mortgage, the bulk of your payments go to interest. So, even after 10 years of fixed payments on a 30-year loan, you've only made a small dent on the debt. You can use an amortization schedule to figure out the equity you gain during your mortgage term. The longer you own a house, the more equity you gain. But, if you don't plan on keeping your home for very long, the equity can still increase due to other factors, such as appreciation and capital improvements.

A schedule or table that details the life of the loan or the amortization. This schedule includes the principal amount owing at the origination of the loan, period payments, interest paid on each payment, principal reduction on each payment, and the final balance. CanEquity has created a mortgage rate calculator to generate a sample amortization schedule to give clients a better understanding of how amortization works.

A timetable for repayment of a debt or mortgage loan, showing the amount of each payment, what portion is applied to interest and principal, and the remaining balance

The schedule, which shows the breakdown of each loan payment that consists partly of principal and partly of interest.

A chart or table which sets out the amount of the payments, interest and principal, and the balance on the loan after the payment has been made.

Achart or table that breaks a monthly loan payment into two categories; principal and interest. It also reports the balance due.

A multi-column listing of the amounts needed to eliminate a balance in a systematic manner over the life of the item. For example, an amortization schedule for a 15-year mortgage loan would show the 180 payments. The first column might be the payment number. The second column would show the amount of the payment. Column 3 would show the amount of interest being paid. Column 4 would show the principal amount being paid (total payment minus the interest payment). Column 5 would show the principal balance remaining after the payment (previous principal balance minus the current principal payment). An amortization schedule for bond discount would show the amounts needed to be journalized over the life of the bonds in order to systematically move the amount from the balance sheet to interest expense on the income statement. To Top

A detailed table showing the amortization of a loan which includes the beginning principal amount, period payments, the interest portion of each payment, the principal reduction portion each payment, and the ending balance.

An amortization schedule is a table detailing each periodic payment on a loan (typically a mortgage), as generated by an amortization calculator.

a financial road map showing you how to get from a place of debt to a debt free place

a financial road map showing you how to reach a debt free destination

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