What is Mortgage Amortization?

Alright, so let say you’ve taken out a mortgage to buy your dream home. Mortgage amortization is here to make paying it off a breeze. Every month, a portion of your payment goes towards paying off the interest and reducing the mortgage debt. And over time, the part that pays off the debt gets bigger and bigger, while the interest gets smaller and smaller.

It’s like a game of payoff – and you’re winning! By the end of the agreed term, you’ll have paid off the entire mortgage balance and own your home outright. How cool is that?

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