Scheduled cash flows

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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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To protect the investor, GLFs include a significant reserve fund that will be tapped to cover shortfalls in scheduled cash flow. The reserve will be funded by an initial cash deposit, and additions, as needed, from a stream of excess ground-lease fee payments.