Zero Coupon Mortgages (or Zero Interest Mortgages )

Where a lender expresses the return on lending a sum as a higher amount of capital payable at the end of the mortgage term than the sum borrowed, it is called a Zero coupon mortgage (or Zero interest mortgage). In other words, instead of receiving interest the lender receives a larger capital sum.

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