Definition of "Mortgage bonds"

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Kevin Holtzclaw, Real Estate Agent Keller Williams Lanier Partner

Bond collaterized by real assets. Two kinds of mortgage bond are senior mortgages and junior mortgages. A mortgage bond may have a closed-end provision that prevents the firm from issuing additional bonds of the same property or may be an open-end mortgage that allows the issuance of additional bonds having equals status with the original issue.


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