standing mortgage


standing mortgage
банк., фин. постоянная ипотека* (ипотечный кредит, в течение всего срока которого выплачиваются только проценты, а основная сумма долга погашается единым платежом по истечении срока кредитования)
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постоянная ипотека: ипотечный кредит, по которому в течение всего срока платятся только проценты, а основная сумма выплачивается единой суммой по истечении срока кредита.
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кредит, основная сумма которого погашается целиком в конце срока, а проценты уплачиваются в течение всего срока (обычно ипотечный)
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