Guarantor

This is the person liable for the repayment of a mortgage if a borrower fails to maintain their mortgage payments. This is usually a parent or close family relative.

Guarantor

Person who agrees to guarantee that a loan will be paid. The guarantor is therefore fully liable for the repayment of the borrowed amount should the borrower default

Guarantor

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Guarantor

(n) Guarantor is the person assuming responsibility for the performance of an action or obligation of another person or entity, by agreeing to compensate the beneficiary in the event of such non performance contained in the guarantee agreement.
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guarantor

[n] - one who provides a warrant or guarantee to another
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Guarantor

• (n.) One who engages to secure another in any right or possession. • (n.) One who makes or gives a guaranty; a warrantor; a surety.
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Guarantor

Guar'an┬Ětor` noun [ See Guaranty , and confer Warrantor .] (Law) (a) One who makes or gives a guaranty; a warrantor; a surety. (b) One who engages to secure another in any right or possession.
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Guarantor

A guarantor is a person other than the borrower who guarantees the mortgage repayments. A Guarantor can sometimes be used to support a borrower who has insufficient income to qualify for a mortgage in their own right. The Guarantor will normally need to have sufficient income to support the new mortgage in its entirety after taking into account any...
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Guarantor

A guarantor undertakes that he will repay a debt incurred by another person or company to a bank or other creditor and the bank or other creditor can require him to pay the outstanding amount if that person cannot or will not pay their indebtedness. Proprietors and directors of companies are often asked to give personal guarantees for their company...
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Guarantor

A party who guarantees repayment of a loan, using their own assets if necessary.
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Guarantor

A party who will guarantee repayment or performance of a covenant.
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Guarantor

A person (other than the borrowers) who guarantees the mortgage repayments in the event the borrower defaults. The guarantor may be requested by the lender to guarantee the entire mortgage or only a proportion.
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Guarantor

A person who agrees to guarantee the debts of another. If the borrower fails to make his/her payments then the guarantor will be obliged to make those repayments.
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Guarantor

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Guarantor

a person who has agreed to guarantee mortgage repayments for someone who does not have enough income to obtain a mortgage themselves.
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GUARANTOR

A person who provides a guarantee to a lender that the person borrowing the money on a mortgage will meet their commitment. In the event that the borrower defaults it is ultimately the responsibility of the guarantor to meet the mortgage payments. Generally lenders do not like this arrangement.
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Guarantor

A secondary party who becomes obligated to repay a debt for the party primarily responsible who has failed to repay the obligation.
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Guarantor

If lenders are concerned about your income, your credit history, or other risk factors when you appl
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Guarantor

One who backs credit extended to another, and guarantees repayment if the borrower defaults. Often a parent or other close family member
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Guarantor

Someone who promises to make payment for another if payment is not made by the person responsible for making the repayments of a loan or hire purchase agreement
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Guarantor

The guarantor is responsible for payments if you default. If a lender is concerned about your ability to repay your loan, they may require you to find a guarantor for the loan.
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