constant payment loan


A loan with equal payments throughout its life. A constant payment loan allows the consumer to have both the interest and principal paid in full on the last payment. For example, a homeowner who obtains a constant payment loan will pay a fixed amount per month for 30 years. Because the homeowner is paying both interest and principal simultaneously the entire loan will be paid in full after 30 years. See level payment mortgage.
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constant payment constant percent prepayment (CPP)