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Chapter 11 ________________ Lending Practices © 2010 by Cengage Learning
© 2010 Cengage Learning o Term loan – interest payments only until due. o Amortized loan – regular equal payments for life of loan including both principal & interest. o Balloon loan – any loan that has a final payment larger than any of the previous. o Partially amortized loan – series of amortized payments with a balloon payment at maturity. Loans
© 2010 Cengage Learning Repaying a 6-year, $1,000 Loan
© 2010 by Cengage Learning 9% Interest per Year on the Loan
© 2010 by Cengage Learning Balance Owed Each Year of the Loan
© 2010 by Cengage Learning Amortization Table: Monthly Payment per $1,000 of Loan
© 2010 by Cengage Learning Balance Owing on a $1,000 Amortized Loan
© 2010 Cengage Learning The relationship between the amount the lender is willing to loan and the market value of the property. Market value = $100,000 Loan = $80,000 What is the loan-to-value ratio? 80% Loan-to-Value
© 2010 Cengage Learning Equity – the difference between the value of the property and outstanding debt. Points – one percent of the loan amount. Origination fee – fee lender charges for making loan usually stated in terms of a percentage of loan amount. Discount points – lender’s charge to raise the return on the loan usually stated as a percentage of the loan amount.
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