A mortgage is a loan that is secured by real property (land, buildings).

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Who originates loans guaranteed by the USDA Farm Service Agency?

The official Guaranteed Farm Loans page says: FSA guaranteed loans provide lenders (e.g., banks, Farm Credit System institutions, credit unions) with a guarantee of up to 95 percent of the loss of ...
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Possible outcomes of needing a Tree Report before Mortage? [UK]

Whilst applying for a mortgage on a house I've needed to get an arboricultural report due to the valuer requesting it due to some trees on the property. The report came back advising that a tree be ...
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Which scenario is better for getting rid of mortgage insurance faster?

I'm closing on a house in a few days with an FHA loan that has a hefty mortgage insurance. As I understand it, once I reach 78% loan-to-value of the initial sales price or appraised value of the home ...
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Buying property in India : paying loan/mortgage

I am on H1b visa in USA and thinkg about buying property in India. What is the best way to make payments from USA bank ac to pay loan/mortgage in india? Can i get tax relief for loan/mortgage payment ...
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If I give my daughter $57K for her mortgage down payment and closing costs, will I owe taxes on the gift?

My daughter lives in Florida. I would like to give her $57K of my savings to cover her mortgage down payment and closing costs. I live in Puerto Rico. Will I have to pay income tax on this transaction ...
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Personal “Profit & Loss Statement” required for mortgage?

I am purchasing a house and have finished most of the process. My mortgage application has been approved pending some documents; all of these documents are typical except for "Profit & Loss ...
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Is Stack Collateral legal

Is it legal for a mortgage company to use my first house as collateral for my second house. If so how can I separate them and create two mortgages?