What is the difference between mortgage loan and a home loan?

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Rajneesh Verma Profile
Rajneesh Verma answered

In mortgage loan, the property serves as collateral whereas a home loan may or may not be secured. Unlike a home loan, where you actually receive money to purchase a house, a mortgage is a legal document that you will offer to your lender in exchange for a legal claim of your property. A home loan is the debt you incur when you are about to buy a house. In banking terms, a loan is sum of amount approved for a borrower. This money that’s borrowed has to be repaid to the lender/bank in regular installments.

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Chips Ters answered

Hello, the main difference between these types of loans is the collateral and the securing of property rights. An apartment or a house purchased with a mortgage remains pledged to the bank. With a home loan, it is possible to mortgage other real estate. Consult doradca kredytowy Warszawa, they will help you solve and dispel your doubts in the field of loans and mortgages.

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Karl Sagan answered

Well, when you get something with a mortgage, it remains pledged to the bank, while with a home loan, you can mortgage other real estate. At least, I've heard that, I've been into this field for a while. I've been planning to sell a house, I even installed new Kitchen Cabinets MT HOLLY, NJ, and I can tell you that some knowledge turned out to be pretty useful for me.

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