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    Real Estate Loans in Altus

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    Business Listing   Agpreference ACA - Altus, OK - Phone: (580) 482-3030

    Business Listing   First National Bank - Home Mortgage Department - Altus, OK - Phone: (580) 482-8200

    Business Listing   First National Bank in Altus - Altus, OK - Phone: (580) 482-7700

    Business Listing   Jackson County Abstract CO - Altus, OK - Phone: (580) 482-9180

    Business Listing   Megamerica Mortgage of Altus - Altus, OK - Phone: (580) 482-8821

    Business Listing   Midfirst Bank - Altus, OK - Phone: (580) 482-7516

    Business Listing   NBC - Altus, OK - Phone: (580) 477-1100

    Business Listing   Stockmans Bank - Altus, OK - Phone: (580) 477-2222

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    Helpful Definition for: Real Estate Loans

    Real Estate Loans fall under the category of secured loans where they are protected by an asset. In real estate loans, real estate properties are kept as a security against the loan amount that is being taken by the borrower. Real estate loans in Altus are not only applicable against residential properties, but are also used against commercial real estate properties. Many business organizations in Altus apply for business loans and keep the commercial properties as collateral.

    Home loan is a type of real estate loan where the lender keeps the home as a security against the loan they lend to the borrower for financing other activities.

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