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What is Mortgage Financing?

April 28th, 2015 12:44 PM by David W. Welch

Understanding the finance methods of purchasing or selling a property may be getting complex over time but the process is however inevitable. A customer ought to know of certain requirements and terms when involved in such transactions. As you know, loan is an option many resort to when they cannot afford a property. Loans however come on certain terms and conditions and work under several policies. It is no child's play to procure a loan from the bank.

One must always be informed of the finance policies before they apply for the loan or you might end up being charged exorbitantly for the loan. The hidden costs are the ones which most trouble mankind post procuring the loan. Have you heard of Mortgage financing before? Here is what you must know of it before you apply for the loan.

Mortgage financing, as the term suggests refers to getting financed by the bank ruled by certain terms wherein you ought to mortgage an asset to the bank while you owe the money. The person is required to repay the bank in instalments and once the payment is made, the person gains legal rights on the mortgaged property.

In case of buying a new property or automobile, it is usually the car or property which remains under control of the bank till you pay back your debts, however in case of loan for personal use you may be required to mortgage an existing asset as security for the bank in case you declare yourself bankrupt and are unable to pay the debts. You need to clear off all the debts before the property gets clearance from the bank and you are made the legal owner of the property. Mortgage financing too has various types and it is extremely important for you to be aware of types of mortgage financing, the terms and conditions alongside the policies you will be governed by before you apply for a loan.

An informed decision is not just easier to make but will also save you lots of time and money. Once you know which kind of loan do you want, it is only easy for you to carry out the formalities and procure the loan in a speedy process without having to sweat it out travelling from one bank to another. Also, the type of mortgage finance applicable varies on a case to case basis so you must confirm on the rate of interest applicable on different types of finance. You must be aware of the type of loan you are required to apply for and the minute details related to the conditions under which the bank will finance your transaction. the hidden costs and details are something no bank will tell you upfront. Most companies however still offer few kinds of loans, mostly two types to make it easier for the customer to understand the process.

The two most popular types of loans that the companies offer are fixed rate mortgage finance or adjustable rate mortgage finance. Fixed rate mortgage finance can be the more preferable option since at the time of procuring the loan you get complete knowledge of the instalments you ought to pay, the interest that will be incurred and there will thereby be no worry of future changes in the amount, just in case the interest rate rises and you may have to afford a higher instalment.

Adjustable rate mortgages are mostly a gamble since in case of drop of interest rates you might be at benefit but in case the rate rise you would have to shell out extra. You will always be governed by the new interest rates and thus there may be changes in your instalment figure and you may not know the fixed amount you have to pay each month.

That said, it might be a gamble you want to make if risk is your thing. Mortgage finance is a concept easy to be understood, just made a lot more complicated for the customer to not try and figure out hidden technicalities. 

Posted by David W. Welch on April 28th, 2015 12:44 PM

Your article is great. We work with Realtors at Remax Montreal to help them close deals by making our best to provide their clients the Mortgage they need. Thank
Posted by Suzan Baker on August 17th, 2017 11:26 AM


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