When something is confusing to you there’s no better way to understand it than by doing research. In other words, if you’re reading this you’ve come to the right place.
Let’s start this out with the simple questions:
What is Mortgage?
Consulting Google, it reads; “a legal agreement by which a bank or other creditor lends money at interest in exchange for taking the title of the debtor’s property, with the condition that the conveyance of title becomes void upon the payment of the debt.”
To break that down into a sizable bite: a mortgage is an agreement between a bank or other lender (that lends money at an interest) in exchange for taking control of the person in debt’s property. Under the condition that the control becomes unneeded when the debt is paid off.
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How does it work?
Once a loan from a bank is received, they help pay off the home. Basically, a promise is made between the person paying (the one buying the house) and the loaner (bank or other credit unions) that as long as the bank helps pay off the home, the debtor will pay. Once the home is paid off, there will no longer be a dependant.
Basically, a “collateral” is issued. In other words, once the promise is made that both parties will help pay or pay as long as the help is needed: help is issued and the mortgage is made.
Why do I need it:
Mortgage can help pay off a home; houses tend to be a bit pricey and the average citizen is not at fault for not being able to afford them. Mortgage can help as a little buffer so you aren’t spending quite as much all at once.
Be careful of interest though, that can be quite tricky.
Talking about interest, mortgage rates can be tricky. Because of how interest works, sometimes the payments can become quite pricey. Mortgage Rates are essentially the interest that is taxed onto the mortgage each month. It can, however, be avoided!
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