Don’t Let Confusion With Mortgage Jargon Cost You

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A recent study of US and UK home buyers, conducted by the London based Nationwide Building Society, found that more than 40% of people buying homes were confused by the jargon that lenders used to describe mortgages. When it comes to taking out a mortgage on your home, could confusing mortgage jargon be costing you money and causing you to make ill-informed choices? According to the study, only 31% of home buyers understood what the term "LTV" meant, an acronym that stands for "loan to value" and describes the ration between the amount of the mortgage and the value of…
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