Scheduled cash flows

Scheduled cash flows

The mortgage principal and interest payments due to be paid under the terms of the mortgage, not including possible prepayments.

Scheduled Cash Flows

The debt service on a mortgage that is scheduled each month. That is, the scheduled cash flows are what the mortgage borrower must pay to the bank (or perhaps the holders of mortgage-backed securities) every month. The scheduled cash flows do not account for late payments or prepayments. See also: Amortization.
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There is no requirement that scheduled cash flows from investments be sufficient to repay the notes, and the issuer has the right to use the investment proceeds to finance the payment of taxes, operating and organizational costs.
These factors have increased the possibility that scheduled cash flows under the permitted investments could be diverted from the EEN noteholders.
These factors have increased the likelihood that: 1) scheduled cash flows under the Permitted Investments will be diverted from the noteholders to Airbus due to either American or United defaulting under their existing underlying subleases and, 2) the expected present value of future projected sublease rental payments will be less than when the transaction was first rated.