DICTIONARY OF REAL ESTATE TERMINOLOGY THAT WILL LET YOU SPEAK WITH CREDITABILITY

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Offer: A formal bid from the home buyer to the home seller to purchase a home.

Open House: When the seller’s real estate agent opens the seller’s house to the public. You don’t need a real estate agent to attend an open house.

Original Principal Balance: The total amount of principal owed on a mortgage before any payments are made.

Origination Fee: A fee paid to a lender or broker to cover the administrative costs of processing a loan application. The origination fee typically is stated in the form of points. One point is one percent of the mortgage amount.

Owner Financing: A transaction in which the property seller provides all or part of the financing for the buyer’s purchase of the property.

Owner Occupied Property: A property that serves as the borrower’s primary residence.

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