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Financial terms in "Loan and Mortgage"

1. Mortgagee

2. Annual Percentage Rate (APR)

3. Escrow Fee

4. Homeownership Education Classes

5. Exclusive Listing

6. Piggyback mortgage

7. Online Application

8. Debtor

9. Recording Fees

10. 203(b)

11. Recording

12. Sinking Fund

13. Stop Date

14. Refinancing

15. Credit Counseling

16. Monthly Housing Expense

17. Insurance

18. Mortgage payment


20. Truth-in-Lending Law

21. Junk fees

22. junior mortgage

23. Maximum loan to value ratio

24. Interest rate increase cap

25. Pre-Approval

26. Simple interest mortgage

27. Assessed Value

28. Survey

29. Shared appreciation mortgage

30. Reinsurance Payments (reinsurance Default Claims)

31. Credit-Related Losses

32. Ffel

33. Perkins Loans

34. Rehabilitation Mortgage

35. FHA Loan

36. Total interest payments

37. HUD1 form

38. Consideration

39. Private Uncertified Loans

40. closed-end mortgage

41. Duration

42. Adjustment Index

43. Estate

44. Rule of 78

45. Agreement of Sale

46. Worst case scenario

47. Mortgage insurance premium

48. Exit Counseling

49. Bridge Loan

50. Pre-Qualification

51. EEM

52. Mortgagor

53. Prequalification

54. Discount Points = Interest Charges paid up-front when a borrower closes a loan. A point is equal to

55. Standard Repayment Plan

56. Deductible

57. Secured Loan

58. PMI

59. Co-Signed Account

60. Loan Needed

61. Nichification

62. 3/2 Downpayment

63. Loan Acceleration

64. Phone

65. Shopping site

66. Credit Repair Companies

67. Appraisal

68. Restrictions

69. Seller financing

70. Credit-Related Expenses

71. Net Income

72. Escrow Account

73. Document Recording

74. Capacity

75. Escrow Account (impound account)

76. Buy Down

77. Rate Lock

78. Price-gouging

79. Total Balance Of Combined Loans

80. CMO

81. Valid For Past Due Balances

82. Posted prices

83. Conversion Clause

84. Teaser Rate

85. Mortgage Modification

86. Interest rate index

87. Carryback Loan

88. Last Updated

89. Interest cost

90. Irs Offset

91. Non-Permanent resident alien

92. Liabilities

93. Float-down

94. Home Owners Loan Corporation

95. Direct Loan Servicing Center

96. mortgage famine

97. Deed-in-Lieu

98. Mortgage Interest Deduction

99. securitization

100. Federal National Mortgage Association

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CollegeSure CD

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CollegeSure CDs are certificates of deposit designed to let you prepay future college costs at today's rates, plus a premium based on the child's age and the amount you invest.The CDs, which are issued by the College savings bank of Princeton (NJ), pay annual interest rates linked to increases in an index of average college costs and are available with terms from one to twenty-two years.While these CDs are insured by the federal deposit insurance corporation (FDIC), the interest they pay is taxable, unless you own them within a coverdell education savings account (ESA), participating state 529 plan, or roth ira. With the roth ira option, the account must be open for at least five years and you must be at least 59 1/2 to qualify for tax-free withdrawals. CollegeSure CDs are sold in whole or partial units. At maturity, each whole unit is guaranteed to pay the average cost of one year of tuition, fees, and room and board at a four-year private college. If you decide to purchase only a partial unit, it will be worth only that portion of the average yearly college cost at maturity. If the intended beneficiary decides not to go to college, you can get the entire principal and interest calculated at the guaranteed rate back when the CD matures and use it for any purpose.However, if you choose to cash in the CD before its maturity date, you'll owe a penalty of 10% of the principal during the first three years of its term. The penalty drops to 5% for the remaining years of the CD's term, except for the last year, which carries a 1% penalty.

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