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mortgagor

, mortgager
Property law a person who borrows money by mortgaging his property to the lender as security
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mortgagor

The borrower who obtains a mortgage.
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Under the existing nonuniform regime, mortgagors in different states thus receive substantially similar satisfaction services from the same mortgagee, but pay different prices for these services--a result that has become increasingly troublesome, as a normative matter, as the mortgage transaction has become more national in character.
At each point in time the mortgagor sets the debt rate to either the current rate or to newly available floating lending rate.
Because of the use of a different volatility estimation process, it is necessary to estimate different percentages of a mortgage pool that are represented by each of the three classes of mortgagors in the modified model.
The mortgagor is not legally responsible for returning any money resulting from a banks error.
The mortgagor was now left with a profitable asset without the opportunity to market it, even though the (intrinsic) profitability arguments were still intact despite the above stated extra constraints placed on the borrower.
In both cases, the mortgagor's interest in the property is terminated, title to the property is transferred to someone else and the mortgagor receives nothing from the transaction.
In the assignment process, HUD gathers extensive documentation from the mortgagor to attempt to establish if the reason for default was beyond the control of the borrower, and also to determine if the probability exists that the borrower will be able to resume normal mortgage payment obligations after an extended period of reduced or suspended payments.
Second, the laws in 29 states provide for a statutory right of redemption: a period of time subsequent to foreclosure (which varies by state with one year being the norm) during which the mortgagor can redeem the property by paying delinquent interest, penalties, and legal costs.
Paragraph 14 of the parties' real estate mortgage contract is clear that all correspondence relative to this mortgage, including demand letters, summonses, subpoenas or notifications of any judicial or extrajudicial actions shall be sent to the mortgagor at the address hereinabove given or at the address that may hereafter be given in writing by it.
(11) As part of this effort, the Treasury instituted HAMP in 2009 to help struggling mortgagors and slow down the pace of foreclosures.
"Banks and other mortgagors provide this information online directly to the Licensing Agency.
The survey also finds that one in every 10 mortgagors who carry a standard mortgage don't know how much of an interest rate increase would be too much for them to handle financially.