What does it mean when a loan has maturity?

What does it mean when a loan has maturity?

In finance, maturity refers to the date on which the principal balance of a loan becomes due and payable. It also refers to the date when a bond pays off its principal with interest.

Does a loan need a maturity date?

In a loan transaction, the date on which the term of the loan expires and the outstanding principal balance of the loan must be repaid to the lender. All other amounts payable by the borrower under the loan agreement, such as interest, fees, and expenses, must also usually be paid at maturity.

What is a loan due date?

Loan Due Date means the day on which the WFBC has caused to be made a demand loan to Borrower by the payment of a Drawing.

What does it mean when a mortgage matures?

Loan maturity is a technical way to express loan length. A loan matures at the date it is due to be paid off. Most mortgages mature between 7 and 30 years, with the 30 year mortgage being the most popular. If you fail to pay off a loan by its maturity date, then your loan will enter default.

What happens when a loan maturity date is up?

When the loan maturity date is up, it means the period for the borrower to pay back the loan is finished and the repayment can be terminated form there on forwards. On the loan maturity date, all the principal and interest given have to be completely paid to the lender.

What happens when a secured loan matures?

On the loan maturity date, all the principal and interest given have to be completely paid to the lender. In the case of secured loans, once the loan maturity date is over, the lender will have no authority on the assets of the borrower and they shall be returned to the borrower’s custody.

What does mature mean in terms of debt?

The amount owed at maturity is usually the same as the debt or loan’s face value. After maturity, the loan or debt ceases to exist, assuming all parties have fulfilled their obligations. See also: Expiration. Farlex Financial Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All Rights Reserved Want to thank TFD for its existence?