Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) Financial Glossary

What is it? An insurance contract written by a private corporation that protects a portion of the loan to the mortgagee against losses that might occur in the event of default and/or foreclosure on conventional loans. May also refer to the companies writing this type of coverage.

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