Foreign currency mortgage
The mortgage definition for Foreign currency mortgage:
It is possible to get a mortgage for your home in the UK in a mortgage denominated in a foreign currency. It sometimes gives you the opportunity to borrow money at a lower rate of interest than is possible in the UK. You do this by choosing a currency whose country has lower interest rates than we have here. Lower interest rates should mean lower repayments of both capital and interest or a shorter mortgage term. The mortgage does not have to be in any single currency. There are lenders who will allow you to spread your mortgage across a range of different currencies. This could be seen as spreading the risk
Assumable mortgageAssumable mortgage
A mortgage that can be transferred to another borrower.
Balloon mortgageBalloon mortgage
A mortgage in which monthly installments are not large enough to repay the loan by the end of the term. As a result, the final payment due is the lump sum of the remaining principal.
Biweekly mortgageBiweekly mortgage
A mortgage that requires payments every two weeks and helps repay the loan over a shorter term.
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Buy down mortgage
Cap & collar mortgage
Capped rate mortgage
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