original face value

Original face value

The principal amount of a mortgage as of its issue date.

Original Face Value

The amount one borrows in a loan, especially in a mortgage. The original face value is what the mortgagor repays, plus interest. See also: Par Value.

original face value

The principal amount due on a mortgage at its inception.
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"Viagogo does not set ticket prices, sellers set their own prices, which may be above or below the original face value. Where demand is high and tickets are limited, prices increase.
The original face value cost for a standing ticket at Sunderland's Stadium of Light was PS77.
The India operations are listed -- the share is at Rs154.7 as against the original face value of Rs10.
The class F notes were issued at an original face value of EUR10 million.
That pair had an original face value of PS100 each.
In the broad sense, they fail to provide information on original face value, precise seat details and seller.
Its subsidiary Broader Media purchased senior debt due in 2018 that carried a 10 percent interest rate and had an original face value of $383 million for $222 million.
One ticket with an original face value price of PS75 was being resold for PS119.83, with an added PS21.40 "processing fee" taking the total to PS141.23.
We also found tickets sold on these sites and elsewhere in breach of the Consumer Rights Act 2015, which insists sellers must give seat locations, the ticket's original face value and any restrictions which apply to the ticket.
The premium of approximately 10 percent to 50 percent offered over current market prices includes the Early Acceptance Premium of five percent of the original face value for holders of the Senior Notes maturing in 2017, 2020, 2022 and 2023 and holders of the Perpetual Notes.
The sum paid by JPMorgan, one of the first to settle, represented roughly 12% of the original face value of the MBS it had originally underwritten, structured or distributed.
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