Principal, Interest, Taxes, and Insurance

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Principal, Interest, Taxes, and Insurance

The components of a real estate owner's mortgage payment. When considering whether to loan money for a mortgage, a bank often considers what the PITI will be as a percentage of the potential borrower's gross monthly income. Generally speaking, mortgage banks prefer PITI to be 28% or less of the borrower's income.
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67 on monthly Principal, Interest, Taxes, Insurance and Association dues.
The loan will go toward missed mortgage payments and past-due charges, including principal, interest, taxes, insurance and attorney fees.
Adding up the principal, interest, taxes, insurance and private mortgage insurance payments, the monthly total would be roughly $880, or about 42 percent of the worker's total paycheck.
REST results from this application showed that the property owner stood to reduce their monthly Principal, Interest, Taxes, Insurance and Association dues from $3,031.
says that lenders ought to consider the PITIUM: Principal, Interest, Taxes, Insurances AND Utilities and Maintenance.
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