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Glossary

Get definitions on the mortgage terms that may come up throughout your loan process, as well as any specific mortgage terms that may be unfamiliar to you. CLS FInancial wants to ensure that you have a complete understanding of the transaction.

Our mortgage glossary will help you to speak to mortgage professionals with confidence.

Glossary

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There are 5 names in this directory beginning with the letter H.
Hazard Insurance
A form of insurance that protects the insured property against physical damage such as fire and tornadoes. Mortgage lenders often require a borrower to maintain an amount of hazard insurance on the property that is equal at least to the amount of the mortgage loan.

Home Equity Loan
A loan backed by the value of a home. If the borrower defaults or does not pay the loan, the lender has some rights to the property.

Home Inspection
A thorough review of the physical aspects and condition of a home by a professional home inspector. This inspection should be completed prior to closing so that any repairs or changes can be completed before the home is sold.

Housing Affordability Index
Indicates what proportion of home-buyers can afford to buy an average-priced home in specified areas. The most well known housing affordability index is published by the National Association of Realtors.

Housing and Urban Development. (HUD)
The U.S. government agency that administers FHA, GNMA and other housing programs.