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You borrowed a bullet loan of $200,000 at k 16% for 5 years.

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You borrowed a bullet loan of $200,000 at k=16% for 5 years. Find the repayment schedule
(a) If you repay monthly. (b) If you repay quarterly.
Submitted: 4 years ago.
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Expert:  Linda_us replied 4 years ago.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
the question is imcomplete
Here it is again the question

you borrow $200,000 AS A BULLET LOAN AT 16% for five years. you repayment schedule for the loan is monthly. your 60th payment would be
Expert:  Linda_us replied 4 years ago.
See normally in bullet loan principal and interest is paid at end on the loan term but since we are given that payment schedule in monthly I am assuming monthly payment including principal. Then there are interest only loan in which only interest is paid over the life on loan and the final payment is paid for interest and last interest payment.

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