period of interest


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period of interest

A period of time in which a launch of a missile is expected. Also called POI.
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The -year loan provided a two-year period of interest only payments and a 30-year amortization schedule for Generations Senior Living, a long-standing, repeat Walker & Dunlop borrower.
The five-year term can provide stability as interest rates begin to rise, said Mark Middleton, National Manager of Third Party Distribution at Teachers Mutual Bank, Despite a long period of interest rate stability, the future remains unpredictable.
The sponsor initially planned to refinance a single building, but after a period of interest rate volatility he added two additional properties to the refinancing to best capitalize on a proprietary 15-year self-liquidating program Meridian was offering," said Sabzevari.
The student credit card offers numerous benefits and advantages and worldwide recognition with a grace period of interest for 45 days.
Flowerheads, in a range of colours from red and pink to creamand white, are produced in summer and if left to fade turn to russet brown, extending the period of interest to autumn and winter.
In such cases, full disclosure can help guide the clinician to the period of interest, at which point the appropriate measurement tools (grid and calipers) can be applied.
The study group looked at the characteristics of the index case and physical dwelling place, and the health status and behaviours of individual household members during the period of interest.
Experts are then predicting a long period of interest rate stability.
They lengthen the period of interest, highlight focal points and mask less attractive features," says Philippa.