Tuesday, 14. July 2020

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Caped Mortgage
A mortgage where there is an upper limit on the interest rate but with no lower limit. This rate will vary in accordance with the lender's interest rate charges.


Cash Back
An incentive given by some mortgage lenders when a sum is paid to the purchaser upon completion of the mortgage.
Chain
When selling a property, the situation often occurs when a buyer is reliant on completion of their home in order to complete the purchase of a new property.
CML (Council of Mortgage Lenders)
The Council of Mortgage Lenders who devised the Mortgage Code to ensure lenders treat customers fairly.
Completion
The point at which all transactions concerning the property sale are conducted and legal transfer of ownership passes to the buyer. Invariably, this is also the day of moving.
Conditions of Sale
These details determine the right and duties of the buyer and seller. These could be impossed by the law society or specifically devised by your solicitors.
Contents Insurance
Insurance that provides cover for the loss or damage to possessions inside a property.
Contract
An agreement which is legally binding between the seller of a property and a buyer. This binds both parties to complete the transaction at any agreed time.
Contract Race
When two parties have made an offer on the same property two contracts can (although not commonly) be distributed. The vendor will sell to whoever exchanges contracts first - i.e. it is a race.
Conveyancer
A qualified individual such as a solicitor or a licensed conveyancer who will deal with all the legal aspects of buying or selling a property.
Conveyancing
This is the traditional term used for the legal work involved in the sale and purchase of a property in England.
Covenants
Some properties have rules and regulations that govern what can and can't be done and would be lodged with the title deeds or lease.
 

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