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Motivations (Borrower) -

  1. Oppurtunity: (Financing) Couldn't become H_____ Any Other Way
  2. Leverage: Increase R___ of R____ by Using Borrowed Money
  3. Tax Advantage: Interest is T__ Deductable

Motivations (Borrower) -

  1. Oppurtunity: (Financing) Couldn't become Homeowner Any Other Way
  2. Leverage: Increase Rate of Return by Using Borrowed Money
  3. Tax Advantage: Interest is Tax Deductable

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Original Loan Amount or Current Loan Balance is?

Principal in Loan -

Original Loan Amount or Current Loan Balance

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L______

Increase of Rate of Return - Using Borrower's Money

Leverage -

Increase of Rate of Return - Using Borrower's Money.

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Motivated by High Yield, Low Risk and Good Security

The Lender -

Motivated by High Yield, Low Risk and Good Security

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  1. Personal Promise to Repay - Serves As Evidence of Debt.
  2. No Collateral Referenced
  3. States Parties; Amt of Debt; Rate; Pattern of Pymts

Promissory Note -

  1. Personal Promise to Repay - Serves As Evidence of Debt.
  2. No Collateral Referenced
  3. States Parties; Amt of Debt; Rate; Pattern of Pymts

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P_______ N____

States:

  1. Lender/Borrower,
  2. Debt Amt,
  3. Rate,
  4. Pattern of Pymts
  5. No Collateral Stated

Promissory Note

States:

  1. Lender/Borrower,
  2. Debt Amt,
  3. Rate,
  4. Pattern of Pymts
  5. No Collateral Stated

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  1. Hypothecates Property as Collateral, with Provisions to Foreclose.
  2. States Legal Description and
  3. Recorded by Lender.

Mortgage or Trust Deed -

  1. Hypothecates Property as Collateral, with Provisions to Foreclose.
  2. States Legal Description and
  3. Recorded by Lender.

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Level Payments of Principal and Interest Only

Amortized - P&I

Level Payments of Principal and Interest Only

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"One Payment" is Larger than Monthly PaymentsMay be Partially Amortized with Last Payment being a Baloon.

Balloon Payment -

"One Payment" is Larger than Monthly PaymentsMay be Partially Amortized with Last Payment being a Baloon

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PITI Payments - Principal, Interest, Taxes and Insurance are called?

Budget -

PITI Payments - Principal, Interest, Taxes and Insurance

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Str_____ Loan aka Int___ Term Loan/T____ Loan -

Interest Only Payments. Principal Due at End of Loan

Example: Construction loans.

Straight Loan aka Interim Loan/Term Loan -

Interest Only Payments. Principal Due at End of Loan

Example: Construction Loan

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Principal Only Payments (Amoritized) and Interest Added to Loan Balance.

Negative Amortization -

Principal Only Payments (Amoritized), and Interest Added to Loan Balance

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Payments on Real Estate Loans:

Are They Paid in Advance or in Arrears?

Arrears -

Payments on Real Estate Loans "Paid in Arrears."

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Type of Loan that is Insured by Federal Housing Admin, HUD

FHA Loan -

Insured by Federal Housing Admin, HUD

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Guaranteed by the Dept of Veteran's Affairs

VA Loan -

Guaranteed by the Dept of Veteran's Affairs

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Made by Lending Institutions but Without Government Guarantee or Insurance.

Conventional Loan -

Made by Lending Institutions but Without Government Guarantee or Insurance.

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Buyer has Insufficent Down Payment, and Seller becomes Lender (Seller CarryBack Financing)

Purchase Money Loan -

Buyer has Insufficent Down Payment, and Seller becomes Lender (Seller CarryBack Financing)

  1. 200 SP
  2. 120 1st Balance
  3. 80  Seller Equity
  4. (50  Buyer Down From Slr Equity)
  5. 30  To Seller (Seller Carr Back)
  6. 120 New Lender Loan

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W________ Loan -

  1. Seller Remains Liable for Existing Loan
  2. Seller Creates New Loan for Buyer for Greater Amount (which includes 1st loan) and a Higher Interest Rate
  3. Buyer Takes - No Liability for Existing Loan.

Wraparound Loan -

  1. Seller Remains Liable for Existing Loan
  2. Seller Creates New Loan for Buyer for Greater Amount (which includes 1st loan) and a Higher Interest Rate
  3. Buyer Takes - No Liability for Existing Loan.

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In this Loan, Rate Adjustments are Tied to

  1. (MTA) Monthly Tr_____ Av_____
  2. (LIBOR) London Interb___ Offered R___

Adjustable Rate Loan (ARM) -

Rate Adjustments Tied to:

  1. (MTA) Monthly Treasury Average
  2. (LIBOR) London Interbank Offered Rate

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Loan Secures More than One Property.

Blanket Loans -

Loan Secures More than One Property

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P______ Loan -

Loan includes Items of Personal property. (Refrigerator, Range, etc)

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Package Loan -

Loan includes Items of Personal property. (Refrigerator, Range, etc)

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O___ E__ Loan -

Allows Borrower to Borrow More Funds in Same Loan. (Example: Home Equity Line of Credit - HELOC)

Open End Loan -

Allows Borrower to Borrow More Funds in Same Loan. (Example: Home Equity Line of Credit - HELOC)

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Con________ Loan aka Interim Loan

  1. Funds Advanced in Installments as Things Progress.
  2. Interest Only Payments. Principal Due at Maturity of Debt.
  3. Short (Term) Loans or Interim Loans.

Construction Loan aka Interim Loan -

  1. Funds Advanced in Installments As Things Progress.
  2. Interest Only Payments, Principal Due at Maturity of Debt.
  3. Short (Term) or Interim loans, Straight loan.

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T____-O___ Loan -

To Pay-Off Construction Loan - Buyer Takes Long Term Financing or Permanent Loan.

Take-Out Loan -

To Pay-Off Construction Loan - Buyer Take Long Term Financing or Permanent Loan.

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G____, Sw_____ or Br____ Loan

Short Term Loan to Allow Buyer to Borrow Funds for Down Payment for Another Property. 

Used to Bridge The Gap between Construction Loan and Take-Out (Permanent Buyer Loan)

Gap, Swing, or Bridge Loan -

Short Term Loan to Allow Buyer to Borrow Funds for Down Payment for Another Property.

Used to Bridge Gap between Construction Loan and Take-Out loan (Permanent Buyer Loan)

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R____ Ann___ M_____ (RAM)

Lender Pays Borrower - Monthly Payments - For this Type of Loan

Reverse Annuity Mortgage (RAM) -

Lender Pays Borrower - Monthly Payments - For this Type of Loan

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Loan with Highest Priority

Superior Loan -

Loan with Highest Priority

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J____ Loan -

Loan which has Lowest Priority to Another Loan. Different Lien position than 1st. Subordinate Loan

Subordinate - Lower In Rank

Junior Loan -

Loan which has Lowest Priority to Another Loan. Different Lien position then 1st. Subordinate Loan

Subordinate - Lower In Rank

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N__-R______ Loan -

Borrower Not Held LiableLender Can Sieze Collatoral but No Further Compensation From Borrower.

Non-Recourse Loan -

Borrower Not Held LiableLender Can Sieze Collatoral but No Further Compensation From Borrower.

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Acc______ Clause -

Due and Payable upon Default (Think Fast!).

Acceleration Clause - Default

Due and Payable upon Default (Think Fast!).

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