By Douglas A. Gray
The booklet might hide the entire key suggestions that any apartment client must comprehend. it's going to achieve this within the layout of one zero one suggestions (or so), segmented less than quite a few headings. it might be Canadian in content material and fill a big unmet want available to buy. the subsequent sections are guidance (see additionally the proposal); ultimate content material judgements should be made among writer and editor. part 1: Why Is a condo correct for Me? part 2: house principles and rules part three: Financing a purchase order part four: The condo buy part five: procuring to speculate Appendixes: resources of data Key web content Checklists word list
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This means that you pay an extra amount every month on your payment to the bank for a tax portion which goes into that account, and once a year the lender pays the property taxes directly. In many cases you can negotiate out of this prepayment provision and look after the taxes yourself. Some lenders require proof that taxes are current and have been paid every year. e) Requirement to Keep Any Subsequent Mortgages in Good Standing This provision states that you must maintain all of your ﬁnancial obligations on the second and third mortgages so that they do not go into default.
Whether the mortgage is open. If it is open, it can be paid at any time before the end of the term without penalty. If closed, it cannot be repaid or can be repaid but with a penalty (usually three months’ interest or interest differential for the balance of the term, whichever is greater). Open mortgages have higher interest rates; closed mortgages have lower interest rates. • Whether the interest rate is calculated and compounded annually, semi-annually or monthly. The more frequent the interest calculation and compounding, the higher the effective rate of interest that you will be paying.
C) Maintain Property This clause in the mortgage states that you are required to keep the property in good repair. The reason for this provision is that the lender obviously does not want the property to deteriorate through neglect and therefore reduce its property value, compromising the value of the security. 36 Chapter 3 d) Requirement to Pay Taxes This clause states that you are obliged to pay all property taxes when they become due, and that if you do not do so, the lender is entitled to pay the taxes and add the amount paid in taxes to the principal of the mortgage.