Definition of "What is a wraparound mortgage?"

Tina Habeeb, Pres, REALTOR® Emeritus real estate agent

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Tina Habeeb, Pres, REALTOR® Emerituselite badge icon

Royal Realty, Inc.

A wraparound mortgage is a new mortgage that includes the remaining balance on an old mortgage, plus a new amount.


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