Balloon payment

The final payment in a partially amortized loan. The balloon payment repay the entire remaining principal and is usually larger than previous payments on the loan. Loan that is set up with balloon payments allow the borrower to make the purchase and have a lower payment than if the loan were fully amortized. The borrower will be refinance the remaining loan rather than pay the balloon payment.

 

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