Prepayment Assumption definition

Prepayment Assumption. As defined in the Prospectus Supplement.
Prepayment Assumption. A rate of prepayment, as described in the Prospectus Supplement in the definition of "Modeling Assumptions," relating to the Certificates.
Prepayment Assumption. The assumption that there will be zero prepayments with respect to the Mortgage Loans; provided, that it is assumed that any ARD Mortgage Loan is prepaid in full on its Anticipated Repayment Date.

Examples of Prepayment Assumption in a sentence

  • See “Yield, Maturity and Prepayment Considerations — Standard Prepayment Assumption Models” in the Base Offering Circular.

  • The decrement tables set forth below illustrate the percentage of the Original Class Principal Bal- ance (or, in the case of a Notional Class, the original Class Notional Balance) that would remain out- standing following the distribution made each specified month for each Regular or MX Class, based on the assumption that the related Mortgage Loans prepay at the PSA Prepayment Assumption Rates.

  • The decrement tables set forth below are based on the assumption that the Mortgage Loans prepay at the indicated percentages of PSA (the “PSA Prepayment Assumption Rates”).

  • As used in the tables, each of the PSA Prepayment Assumption Rates reflects a percentage of the 100% PSA assumed prepay- ment rate.

  • The decrement tables also indicate the Weighted Average Life of each Class under each PSA Prepayment Assumption Rate.


More Definitions of Prepayment Assumption

Prepayment Assumption. A prepayment assumption of 300% of the prepayment speed assumption, used for determining the accrual of original issue discount and market discount and premium on the Certificates for federal income tax purposes. The prepayment speed assumption assumes a constant rate of prepayment of mortgage loans of 0.2% per annum of the then outstanding principal balance of such mortgage loans in the first month of the life of the mortgage loans, increasing by an additional 0.2% per annum in each succeeding month until the thirtieth month, and a constant 6% per annum rate of prepayment thereafter for the life of the mortgage loans.
Prepayment Assumption. The applicable rate of prepayment as described in the Prospectus Supplement.
Prepayment Assumption. A prepayment rate for the Mortgage Loans of 28% CPR. The Prepayment Assumption is used solely for determining the accrual of original issue discount on the Certificates for federal income tax purposes. A CPR (or Constant Prepayment Rate) represents an annualized constant assumed rate of prepayment each month of a pool of mortgage loans relative to its outstanding principal balance for the life of such pool.
Prepayment Assumption. The applicable rate of prepayment, as described in the Prospectus Supplement relating to each Class of Offered Certificates.
Prepayment Assumption. A “constant prepayment rate” of 0% used for determining the accrual of original issue discount and market discount, if any, and the amortization premium, if any, on the Certificates for federal income tax purposes; provided that it is assumed that each Mortgage Loan with an Anticipated Repayment Date prepays on such date.
Prepayment Assumption. For purposes of determining the accrual of original issue discount, market discount and premium, if any, on the Mortgage Loans, the REMIC I Regular Interests, the REMIC II Regular Interests and the Certificates for federal income tax purposes, the assumptions that no Mortgage Loan is voluntarily prepaid prior to its Stated Maturity Date.
Prepayment Assumption. The prepayment assumption to be used for determining the accrual of original issue discount and premium and market discount on the Certificates for federal income tax purposes, which assumes a constant prepayment rate of 4.0% per annum of the then outstanding principal balance of the related Mortgage Loans in the first month of the life of such Mortgage Loans and an additional 1.090909% per annum in each month thereafter until the twelfth month, and beginning in the twelfth month and in each month thereafter during the life of the Mortgage Loans, a constant prepayment rate of 16.0% per annum.