Definition of "Completion bond"

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Skip Young, Real Estate Agent Exp Realty, LLC

Protection for a mortgagee guaranteeing that the mortgagor will complete construction. The mortgagee (such as a savings and loan association) lends money to the mortgagor (the owner of the project) in order to pay the contractor who is actually physically building the project. Upon completion, the project then serves to secure the loan. Should the project not be completed, the mortgagee is protected through the completion bond.

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