One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Unless the loan is reinvested in the home, borrowing against the free mortgageable value makes households more vulnerable to falling property prices.’
- ‘He is eminently employable - if not employed - and mortgageable, though it was submitted on his behalf that it was not so.’
- ‘It was to achieve, through negotiation, repairs that would at least put people back where they thought they were going to be in the first place: with sound, mortgageable properties.’
- ‘After the Short Sale, and with 12 months of paying rent and other bills on time, they may once again be mortgageable, preserving their future.’
- ‘The only solution we could find was to turn it into living accommodation, because this would allow the property to become mortgageable.’
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