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Synonyms for mortgage

to give or deposit as a pawn

Words related to mortgage

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

put up as security or collateral

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WITHIN REACH: The 100% mortgage can be obtained by William H Brown although grandparents or others will have to guarantee up to 25% of the loan
Mansfield, which is only the second building society to currently offer a 100% mortgage on shared ownership, said it had set aside only a "very limited tranche" of funding for the product.
Anyone who takes a loan is effectively taking out a 100% mortgage through the back door.
When borrowers are considering a 100% mortgage, they should be aware of lenders who charge a high lending charge.
Q I have a 100% mortgage offer on the table but, as all lenders have now withdrawn their 100% products, would it still be sensible for me to proceed?
According to the BBC, Abbey Bank has said that it is withdrawing 100% mortgage deals currently available to UK borrowers.
As the name implies, a 100% mortgage provides the full purchase price for those buyers who don't have the benefit of a deposit.
The era of the 100% mortgage ended last night after the last lender to offer a deposit-free loan withdrew the deal.
And because a lot of homebuyers in Northumberland are not seeking the 100% mortgage offers, we think a lot of our customers will be relatively unaffected.
Nationwide's specialist lending arm The Mortgage Works today became the latest group to withdraw its 100% mortgage after being inundated with business.
THE UK's fourth biggest lender today became the latest firm to withdraw from the 100% mortgage market.
A number of lenders will even advance a 100% mortgage and an additional unsecured loan to help pay for legal costs, stamp duty and furniture, meaning people effectively borrow more than their home is worth at the outset.
Borrowers who had a choice of lenders to go to if they were looking for a 100% mortgage now need at least a 5% deposit, unless they have a parental guarantee or enter a shared equity scheme.
Nationwide's specialist lending arm The Mortgage Works yesterday became the latest group to withdraw its 100% mortgage after being inundated with business.