Indemnity Guarantee Premium
The mortgage definition for Indemnity Guarantee Premium:
Additional one-off fee paid to the lender to protect them against the borrower defaulting. Independent Financial Advisor In theory, these intermediaries should look at the entire financial market before making a selection and offer unbiased advice and access to all suitable financial products. they sometimes still have access to special deals not on offer elsewhere because they may subscribe to a mortgage panel along with other advisers and brokers. Together they convince lenders to provide special packages in return for their continued custom. The only trouble is that they have to deliver a certain level of business over a year to remain on the panel, so they may favour some products over others.
Guarantee mortgageGuarantee mortgage
A loan guaranteed by a third party, such as a government institution.
Guaranteed death benefitGuaranteed death benefit
Policies where the company will pay out a certain amount when you die.
MIG Mortgage Indemnity GuaranteeMIG Mortgage Indemnity Guarantee
This is insurance for the lender paid by the consumer in a one-off payment, on 'high' LTV mortgages. This protects the lender in the event that you default on the loan and the sale of the property is not enough to repay the amount that they are owed. Some lenders will insist you pay this if your mortgage is for as low as 75% of the value of the property, but 90% is a more common level. Some lenders will not insist on it regardless of the loan value. You can often add this fee to the loan, but be aware that you will then be paying interest on it until the loan is repaid in full.
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