Dwelling Loan

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Dwelling Loan

A mortgage on the primary residence of an individual or family. This contrasts with a mortgage on an investment property or business property. Dwelling loans may be eligible for benefits from social programs for troubled homeowners, while other mortgages generally are not.
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