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The outstanding balance of principal on a mortgage, which does not include interest or other charges.

The current amount outstanding on the mortgage.

Principal balance is the amount of the loan that is still owed.

The outstanding amount of debt owed on a loan not including interest.

The unpaid balance owed on a Note.

The outstanding balance of a loan. This usually does not include expenses advanced in the event a loan is in default.

Amount of money still owed on the loan, not including accrued interest or future interest.

is defined as account principal and other legally collectible costs, expenses, and interest accrued prior to the Charge–off Date, less payments or settlements since chargeoff, if any.

The outstanding balance on a loan, which doesnâ€(tm)t include interest and other charges.

The amount of outstanding principal of a mortgage pass-through pool or whole loan at a given date. The principal balance of a non-GPM mortgage security decreases every month since principal is returned throughout the life of the underlying mortgage loans (see Current Face and Pool Factor).

Principal is the face value of the loan, or the amount borrowed, upon which interest is charged. The Principal Balance is the amount remaining after subtracting the payments made against the original principal.

The amount of debt owed before interest charges and fees are included.

The amount of a debt investment minus the interest.

The outstanding amount borrowed plus capitalized interest, if any.

The remaining balance due on a debt, exclusive of accrued interest.

The balance remaining on a loan.

The unpaid portion of the original loan amount.

The outstanding balance of principal on a mortgage not including interest or any other charges.

The total amount of the debt, or loan, remaining that is to be reimbursed.

The outstanding balance of a mortgage, exclusive of interest and any other charges.

The unpaid balance owed on a mortgage or land contract.

This is the amount of mortgage that remains to be paid off. This balance is not a pay-off amount since you have unpaid interest through the date the pay-off check is received by the lender.

The outstanding balance of principal on a mortgage. Does not included interest due.

The balance of the amount of the loan that is outstanding.

The outstanding amount you owe, excluding accrued but unpaid interest.

The portion of a loan not yet repaid, exclusive of interest or other charges.

The money still owed on the original amount of the mortgage, not including interest.

The outstanding amount owing on a mortgage without including accumulated interest.

The principal balance is the amount of the loan. In an amortized loan, the principal balance will decrease slowly over time until the balance is zero.

The outstanding amount of the loan, on which the lender charges interest.

The remaining balance owed on a loan.

The outstanding balance of a mortgage, not counting interest.

The unpaid balance on a loan. Back to the Top

The amount owed on a loan or loans at any given time. The principal balance may include capitalized interest.

The remaining balance due on a mortgage loan.

The unpaid balance (remainder) of a loan.

The outstanding balance due on a debt, excluding any accrued interest or other fees.

The unpaid loan balance on which the lender charges interest.

The outstanding balance on a mortgage. The principal balance does not include interest or any other charges. See remaining balance.

Remaining loan amount from which interest is calculated.

the amount owed; the sum of all loan advances, accrued interest, MIP and all fees, capped in a reverse mortgage by the value of the home when the loan is repaid.

The outstanding balance of principal on a loan. Principal does not include interest or fees.

**Keywords:**basis

Principal Basis

how much the borrower has left to pay on the loan principal.