Mortgage CompanyA company authorized to service real estate loans, charging a fee for this service.
Conventional mortgageConventional mortgage
A loan based on the credit of the borrower and on the collateral for the mortgage.
General Mortgage BondGeneral Mortgage Bond
In the US, this refers to a bond that is secured by a blanket mortgage on the issuing company's property, though it may be outranked by one or more other mortgages.
Interest only mortgageInterest only mortgage
A mortgage where regular payments (usually monthly) only meet the interest requirements. The interest rate is usually variable and linked to prevailing rates but can be fixed for a given period. The capital amount outstanding remains approximately the same and the borrower will need to make additional provision for repaying this amount at the end of the term of the loan.
Biweekly mortgageBiweekly mortgage
A mortgage that requires payments every two weeks and helps repay the loan over a shorter term.
Mortgage typesMortgage types
For example, repayment or interest. Or fixed, capped, tracker, discount or stepped rate etc.
Further SuggestionsMortgage application
Growing Equity Mortgage (gem)
MIG Mortgage Indemnity Guarantee
variable rate mortgage
flexible mortgage account
Foreign currency mortgage
Closed end mortgage
Renegotiable Rate Mortgage
reverse annuity mortgage
Deferred interest mortgage
Federal National Mortgage Association
Secondary mortgage market
shared appreciation mortgage