mortgage holder


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Noun1.mortgage holder - the person who accepts a mortgage; "the bank became our mortgagee when it accepted our mortgage on our new home"
creditor - a person to whom money is owed by a debtor; someone to whom an obligation exists
holder - a person who holds something; "they held two hostages"; "he holds the trophy"; "she holds a United States passport"
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By consolidating reasonableness with excellence, each mortgage holder will love the consequences of introducing stainless bureau equipment into their home.
The money then acts as security so the mortgage holder can pay a lower rate.
The mortgage holder for the previous owner had a skeleton workforce catering to guests and convention clients in the spacious seven-story hotel.
Hanson represented the mortgage holder in the sale of the first mortgage position, which also included a judgment of foreclosure, for 20 Craig Road, a 29,898 S/F office building in Montvale, N.
The mortgage holder was asleep at the wheel," he said.
Lenders were able to make riskier loans during the boom because they were better able to quantify the risk they were taking and fold it into the cost the mortgage holder was willing to pay.
A property is usually repossessed about six months after the mortgage holder falls into arrears.
87 million yen per mortgage holder in installments over a period of 15 years, is to expire June 30.
To identify which institutions bore the credit risk for mortgage lending to lower-income and minority borrowers and neighborhoods in 1995, we first looked at mortgages extended by size, by borrower and neighborhood characteristics, and by mortgage holder.
But real estate attorneys, mortgage and title company officials warn of pitfalls associated with a developer making loan payments on behalf of the original mortgage holder, or promising to assume an existing mortgage.
Although Bank of America is no longer the mortgage holder on that property, and the city has released the $5,000 bond, it remains unclear whether those charges to the homeowner have been rescinded.
The Radisson Hotel on Tara Boulevard in Nashua known for its castle-like appearce--is scheduled to be sold at foreclosure auction at the end of November as the owner and mortgage holder close in on a court settlement after months of legal wrangling in federal court.

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