Financial prepayment mortgage yield table for monthly payment mortgages
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Published by Financial Publishing Company in Boston, Mass .
Written in English


  • Interest rates -- Tables.,
  • Mortgage loans -- Tables.

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Chiefly tables.

Other titlesPrepayment mortgage yield table for monthly payment mortgages.
StatementFinancial Publishing Company.
SeriesPublication (Financial Publishing Company) -- no. 435
ContributionsFinancial Publishing Company.
The Physical Object
Pagination959 p. ;
Number of Pages959
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22981696M

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