Amortization - Average French System and Constant
The installments of this amortization system are calculated by averaging two systems: the French (Price) and constant.
In this system, the amortizations are increasing and the amounts of interest and installments are decreasing.
Also in this system, the value of the initial payment is higher than the French system and the lower of the Constant. This system seems to be fair both for the lender as to the Borrower.
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