Principal, Interest, Taxes, And Insurance Payment (PITI) Financial Glossary

What is it? The periodic (typically monthly) payment required by an amortizing loan that includes escrow deposits. Each periodic payment includes a principal and interest payment plus a contribution to the escrow account set up by the lender to pay insurance premiums and property taxes on the mortgaged property.

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