P&I

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P&I

The principal and interest on a loan. The borrower must pay the principal and interest according to the agreed-upon schedule. See also: PITI, Amortization.

P&I

Abbreviation for principal and interest, being the two components of all payments under an amortizing mortgage loan.

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