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A loan advanced to a person to assist in buying a house or flat.
- ‘When you apply for a home loan, lenders will scrutinize your credit history.’
- ‘They suggest that the number of problem home loans is very low.’
- ‘Those programs may offer lower costs than conventional home loans, Chany says.’
- ‘Last year, a dramatic increase in the number of negative-equity home loans saw more flats taken back by banks.’
- ‘For example, some lenders allow consumers to obtain home loans or refinance mortgages on the basis of assets rather than credit rating.’
- ‘That's because most of these home loans are on variable rates, which means that repayments increase when, or shortly after, the base rate rises.’
- ‘If you have a home loan, refinance your mortgage to lower your payments.’
- ‘Whenever you're free to move your home loan without paying excessive penalties, shop around for a better rate.’
- ‘If you can move your mortgage without severe penalties, get looking for a better home loan today and claim your share of our wasted billions!’
- ‘If you can switch your home loan without paying a hefty penalty, demand a better deal from your lender.’
- ‘Change comes to all neighborhoods, even those once written off by the federal government as being unworthy of home loans.’
- ‘Interest rates on home loans are still low by historic standards, making second homes more affordable for many families.’
- ‘Americans rushed to get home loans before rates increased even more.’
- ‘The majority of homeowners are content to pay back their home loans over the typical 25-year life of a mortgage.’
- ‘Meanwhile, mortgage lenders are set for an unprecedented era of competition that will drive down the cost of home loans further.’
- ‘The best way to compare home loans is to add up all the costs - one-off and ongoing - over a defined period, such as three years.’
- ‘By shopping around, you could pay far less interest on your home loan and earn much more interest on your savings.’
- ‘As expected, commercial banks in Namibia have announced upward adjustments in their prime lending rates and home loans rates.’
- ‘Check out the great home loans in our Mortgage centre.’
- ‘During the Eighties and early Nineties, millions of homebuyers were encouraged to buy endowment policies along with their home loans.’
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