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Definition of "amortizing" []

  • Present participle of amortize. (verb)

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Use "amortizing" in a sentence
  • "During this period the quality of subprime loans also declined, going from fixed rate, long-term amortizing loans to loans with low down payments and low (but adjustable) initial rates, indicating that originators were scraping the bottom of the barrel to find product for buyers like the GSEs."
  • "The great majority of the Company's debt is long-term amortizing non-recourse fixed rate debt."
  • "Banks increasingly have the incentive to make long-term amortizing loans secured by long-term assets because the threat of bank runs has been taken away by increases in FDIC deposit insurance."
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