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    Mortgages in River Edge

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    Business Listing   1st 2nd Mortgage CO of New Jersey - River Edge, NJ - Phone: (201) 488-4100

    Business Listing   Anderson Bernard Agency Inc - River Edge, NJ - Phone: (201) 262-7777

    Business Listing   B C F Investors L L C Carfagno & Brovarone - River Edge, NJ - Phone: (201) 678-1009

    Business Listing   Certified Mortgage CO - River Edge, NJ - Phone: (201) 265-0066

    Business Listing   FHA Loan Help Line - River Edge, NJ - Phone: (877) 908-5743

    Business Listing   Riveredge Financial - River Edge, NJ - Phone: (201) 646-0030

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    Helpful Definition for: Mortgages

    Mortgages are loans which are given by lenders to pay for the purchase of real estate property, and have a specific time period and rate of interest for the payment. The borrowers, who are known as the 'mortgagors', give the lenders, also known as the 'mortgagees', a legal asset as a security against the loan. In River Edge, the borrowers may get mortgages either from financial establishments like banks directly, or from individuals who act as mediators between the bank and the borrower.

    Mortgages in River Edge vary, depending on two main categories: the time period of the loan and the interest rate of the loan. Mortgages may be for 15 or 30 years, as per the time period in River Edge. Based on the interest rates, the mortgages are either fixed or variable.

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