Mortgage Payments: Barron's Financial Tables for Better Money Management
Publisher:Barron's Educational Series
Updated to reflect current rates, these quick reference tables show the size of monthly payments necessary to amortize loans on amounts up to $600,000 over periods ranging from one to 40 years across a broad span of interest rates. There is a short-entry glossary of financial terms at the back of the book.
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