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Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)

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Insurance issued by private insurers that protects lenders against a loss if a borrower defaults on a mortgage with a low down payment (e.g., less than 20 percent).

Primary Mortgage Market

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Lenders, such as savings-and-loan associations, commercial banks and mortgage companies, who make mortgage loans directly to borrowers. These lenders sometimes sell their mortgages to the secondary mortgage markets.

Prepayment Penalty

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Money charged for an early repayment of debt. Prepayment penalties are allowed in some form (but not necessarily imposed) in many states.

Prepayment

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A privilege in a mortgage permitting the borrower to make payments in advance of their due date.

Prepaid Expenses

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Necessary to create an escrow account or to adjust the seller’s existing escrow account. Can include taxes, hazard insurance, private mortgage insurance and special assessments.

Pre-approval

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The process of determining how much money you will be eligible to borrow before you apply for a loan.

Points

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One point equals 1 percent of the mortgage amount. Points are charged by lenders to increase the lender’s return on the mortgage. Typically, lenders may charge anywhere from zero to two points. Loan points are [...]

Pledged-account Mortgage (PAM)

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Money is placed in a pledged savings account and this fund plus earned interest is gradually used to reduce mortgage payments.

PITI

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Principal, interest, taxes and insurance -- the primary components of a monthly mortgage payment.

Permanent Loan

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A long-term mortgage, usually 10 years or more. Also called an "end loan."

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