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Which of the following payments is the same amount each time it is paid? A. Principal B. Property taxes C. PMI D. Interest

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What does "PMI" stand for?
i have noooo clue !!!
private morgage insurence

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thats what pmi stands for
see im dumb lol
no ur not;p i googled it!
that makes me feel beter we now have 2 dumb people in the room lol
I would go with A because the principal of a loan doesn't change, but I'm guessing.
oh yeah! smartguy in da house ^^
It could be a lucky guess.
Skullpatrol is correct.
it was PMI
How do you say that? ^ Read here. It's not PMI.
the program said it was that lol
The program is wrong. :P
yeah it does that sometimes sucks i dont have a teacher to help me lol
Well the question does ask for a "payment" so that means a regular payment and that would rule out the principal. But the others could increase, unless your PMI is a contract with a fixed rate.
But I pay my principal every month. She asks for school fee.
Like I said I'm just guessing I'm not into business...

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