Monthly Housing Expense

Definition of "Monthly Housing Expense"

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Harry Norman, REALTORS - Intown Office

Same as term housing expense. The sum of the monthly mortgage payment, hazard insurance, property taxes, and homeowner association fees. Housing expense is sometimes referred to as PITI, standing for principal, interest, taxes, and insurance.

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