General mortgage

General mortgage

A type of obligation that covers all a borrower's mortgageable properties, not just one specific property.

General Mortgage

A mortgage secured by all properties the borrower owns that are not specifically excluded. For example, a real estate owner may have a general mortgage to cover all of his/her properties.
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95% general mortgage bonds totaling $400 million due March 1, 2048.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 1, 2018-CenterPoint Energy concludes offering of USD400m general mortgage bonds
95 percent general mortgage bonds totalling USD400m due March 1, 2048.
Mortgage Finder is providing Serenia Residences' customers with exclusive offers that are not available in the general mortgage market, and will deliver its services and impartial advice free of charge.
Mortgage Finder is providing Serenia Residences' customers with offers not available in the general mortgage market, and will deliver its services and impartial advice free of charge.
More than half of people are unaware that a mortgage broker could offer more product choice than a bank or building society, while one in eight thought they would get a better deal going direct to a lender, according to research from the Legal & General Mortgage Club.
This personal loans may make it possible for these to enjoy a far more smart steady flow connected with instalments and in many cases a reduced general mortgage loan fee.
Senior sales manager, Sagheer Malik, said: 'As well as providing information on how intermediaries can refer cases to Al Rayan Bank, the new dedicated website will help raise awareness of Islamic home finance amongst the general mortgage intermediary market, helping advisers to better service the needs of the British Muslim market.
The survey by Legal & General Mortgage Club shows that with 73% of people in the Yorkshire Y and the Humber expecting interest rates to rise this year many people could find themselves facing higher mortgage repayments in the near future.
e research formed part of the quarterly survey run by Legal & General Mortgage Club, which tracks the attitude of homeowners across the UK on a range of mortgage related issues.
Jeremy Duncombe, director of the Legal & General Mortgage Club, said: "These figures show that the break neck pace of the housing market set in certain parts of the UK is starting to ease off.
Jeremy Duncombe, director at Legal & General Mortgage Club, said: "Whilst the current housing market rebound makes it is easy for homeowners to become overly concerned with the value of their home, it is important that as a nation we don't become too caught up with the short term.
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