Mortgage

A legal charge on a property pledging it as security for a loan.

MORTGAGE

A written document evidencing the lien on a property taken by a lender as security for the repayment of a loan. The term "mortgage" or "mortgage loan" is used loosely to refer both to the lien and the loan. In most cases, they are defined in two separate documents: a mortgage and a note.
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Mortgage

A loan secured by the collateral of some specified real estate property which obliges the borrower to make a predetermined series of payments.
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Mortgage

Is a pledge of real property in order to obtain a loan: It is not the note itself. The loan instrument is a note or bond. However, these two terms are frequently used synonymously.
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mortgage

[Noun] Plural form: mortgages. A loan you get from a building society or bank so you can buy a house.
Example: Mr Jones got a mortgage from his local bank so that he could buy his council house.
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Mortgage

A type of loan used to purchase property. In order for a borrower (mortgagor) to give a mortgage to a lender (mortgagee) they must obtain a legal charge on the property, giving security for a loan.
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Mortgage

A loan used to purchase property, and secured on the property it finances
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mortgage

[n] - a conditional conveyance of property as security for the repayment of a loan 2. [v] - put up as security or collateral
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Mortgage

A transfer of an interest in land or other property by way of security, redeemable upon performing the condition of paying a given sum of money.
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Mortgage

The name given to a loan used to buy a property.
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Mortgage

A loan for which the security is a property.
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Mortgage

A transfer of an interest in land or other property by way of security, redeemable upon performing the condition of paying a given sum of money.
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Mortgage

A long-term loan used to buy a house or other residential property
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Mortgage

A loan in which the borrower (the mortgagor) offers a property and land as security to the lender... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/mortgage.htm?id=958&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of mortgage'>more</a>
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mortgage

Transfer of property, usually a house, as a security for repayment of a loan. The loan is normally repaid to a bank or building society over a period of years. ...
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mortgage

A loan to buy a home. Technically, it is the security provided by a borrower to a lender in return for funds advanced - usually the property in question. Typically there are two forms of mortgage: repayment (or capital and interest), where the homeowner pays back both the loan and interest in stages; and interest only, where the homeowner pays just...
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Mortgage

A loan of money advanced to purchase property. The transfer of the property is withheld as security for payment
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Mortgage

Loan secured by land.
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Mortgage

A longterm loan, which is secured on property, generally your main home. You receive 10% tax relief on the interest on loans used to purchase your home up to a value of £30,000.
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mortgage

A long-term loan, which is secured on property, generally your main home. You receive 10% tax relief on the interest on loans used to purchase your home up to a value of £30,000. Tax relief is withdrawn from 6 April 2000.
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Mortgage

a document in which the owner pledges its title to a real property to the lender as security for a loan described in a promissory note.
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Mortgage

Mort'gage (môr'gaj; 48) noun [ French mort-gage ; mort dead (L. mortuus ) + gage pledge. See Mortal , and Gage .] 1. (Law) A conveyance of property, upon condition, as security for the payment of a debt or the preformance of a duty, and to bec...
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Mortgage

Mort'gage transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Mortgaged ; present participle & verbal noun Mortgaging .] 1. (Law) To grant or convey, as property, for the security of a debt, or other engagement, upon a condition t...
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mortgage

noun a conditional conveyance of property as security for the repayment of a loan
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Mortgage

A loan secured by the collateral of some specified real estate property which obliges the borrower to make a predetermined series of payments.
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