Tuesday, October 16, 2007


So you think you know anything about mortgages, people?
Basically, whenever you hear about mortgages, you must be thinking that somebody is really in need for money, right? Well, that is not certainly true.
Let me take this opportunity to enlighten you about this mortgage term.
From a dictionary point of view, a mortage is a temporary, conditional pledge of property to a creditor as security for performance of an obligation or repayment of a debt.
Got a picture of it? It means that in order for you to be able to make some loan, for example, from a bank, you need to mortgage your property like your house as an assurance that you will pay your debt in future. As simple as that, my life experience seemed to encounter several mortgages when I went to banks with my relatives. Remortgages are also a familiar term when you need to remortgages your properties after you decided to prolonged or make another obligation after you had settled the previous one. The current market seemingly getting more and more towards this mortgaging trend as people tend to invest on their business where they require a high volume of turnover with more cash. In these cases, by mortgaging their properties, they will indirectly boosting their businesses in one way to have a more stable financial security.
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friendly visitor said...

mortgage...now i know