Distinguish between a “balloon” and a “bullet.”

A balloon and bullet each involve a large final payment to repay a loan. The difference is the amount. A bullet is the full principal amount of the loan; no principal is paid off prior to the date of the bullet. By contrast, a balloon payment is normally less than the full loan amount and some of the loan principal is paid back prior to the date of the balloon payment.

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