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  2. Lenders mortgage insurance - Wikipedia

    The PMI may be payable up front, or it may be capitalized onto the loan in the case of single premium product. This type of insurance is usually only required if the downpayment is 20% or less of the sales price or appraised value (in other words, if the loan-to-value ratio (LTV) is 80% or more). Once the principal is reduced to 80% of value ...

  3. Mortgage insurance - Wikipedia

    Most people pay PMI in 12 monthly installments as part of the mortgage payment. In the United States, PMI payments by the borrower were tax-deductible until 2018. Borrower paid private mortgage insurance. Borrower paid private mortgage insurance, or BPMI, is the most common type of PMI in today's mortgage lending marketplace.

  4. Apex beat - Wikipedia

    A pulse deficit between the PMI and periphery may occur in some arrhythmias, such as premature ventricular contraction or atrial fibrillation. Sustained apex beat, namely prolonged upward cardiac force during systole in a physical exam, can be seen in some chronic conditions such as hypertension and aortic stenosis, especially in elderly and ...

  5. SME (newspaper) - Wikipedia

    SME or DennĂ­k SME (in English: WE ARE Daily) is one of the most widely read mainstream broadsheets in Slovakia.Their website,, is one of the most visited Internet portals in Slovakia.

  6. Freddie Mac - Wikipedia

    History. From 1938 to 1968, the Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) was the sole institution that bought mortgages from depository institutions, principally savings and loan associations, which encouraged more mortgage lending and effectively insured the value of mortgages by the US government.

  7. SiRF - Wikipedia

    SiRF Technology, Inc. was a pioneer in the commercial use of GPS technology for consumer applications. The company was founded in 1995 and was headquartered in San Jose, California.

  8. Master of Science in Project Management - Wikipedia

    The Master of Science in Project Management (M.S.P.M.), also known as Master in Project Management (M.P.M.) is a professional advanced degree in project management.Such degree is not only for future project managers but also offers opportunities in consultancy, evaluation of investment projects, business analysis, business development, operations management, supply chain management, business ...

  9. Agile management - Wikipedia

    Agile management is the application of the principles of Agile software development and Lean Management to various management processes, particularly product development and project management.