Where both principal and interest is repaid over the life of the loan.

A portion of the monthly payment that is applied toward the loan balance and accrued interest. Payment for property taxes and insurance is considered PITI (principal, interest, taxes and insurance).

The principal and interest is the monthly payment needed to repay the mortgage loan over a predetermined period. After deducting the monthly taxes, insurance, and debt from the Total Monthly Obligation, the mortgage payment is calculated based on a 30 year fully amortizing loan and the current 30 year mortgages rates of Lenders with a 1 point origination fee.

A loan where both the principal and interest are repaid together on a regular basis, by monthly or fortnightly instalments (P & I).

Principal refers to the amount borrowed plus any capitalized fees and interest. Interest refers to the amount charged for the use of the money over time, and is usually stated as an annual percentage of the principal amount.

The principal is the amount that you borrowed, or your remaining debt. Your principal diminishes every month as you pay it off (except in the case of negative amortization). The interest is the sum you are charged for having borrowed the principal. The interest is recalculated every month, based on your new principal. See also Amortization for calculation of interest.

This refers to the principal and interest portions of a monthly mortgage payment.

A periodic payment that includes the interest charges for the period plus an amount applied to amortization of the principal balance.

Two components of a monthly mortgage payment. Principal refers to the portion of the monthly payment that reduces the remaining balance for the mortgage. Interest is the fee charged for borrowing money.

The principal is the amount borrowed or remaining unpaid. It is also the part of the monthly payment that reduces the outstanding balance. The interest is the fee charged for borrowing money.

Principal (the capital sum) and interest on the principal are combined in the mortgage payment to result in full repayment at the end of the loan's term (except in the case of balloon loans).

The total amount needed to pay on a loan each month. This includes the interest owed as well as the amount paid towards the principal.

The interest owed on a loan and the amount paid towards the principal make up the monthly loan payment amount.

Principal is the portion of the mortgage payment that goes to reduce the outstanding balance of the loan. Interest is the portion of the mortgage payment that goes to pay the finance charge on the outstanding balance of the loan.