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What is the difference between Mortgage and Note?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Nov 08, 2019

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D. Peter

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D. PeterSoftware Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Mexico
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Answered on Nov 08, 2019

A mortgage is a type of document that will be signed by a person who is trying to borrow money by pledging the property for the amount that is being borrowed from the lender. This means that if the person is unable to give back or pay back the money borrowed, the lender will acquire the property.

A note is similar to a mortgage, but this time, there is no pledge of any property or item that may be acquired by the lender if the person is unable to pay for the borrowed money. There are times when a note may be signed by different individuals who would like to share the amount of money that they will borrow from the lender.

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E. Jonathan

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E. JonathanContent Team Lead, Degree in Literature, Los Angeles, California
Content Team Lead, Degree in Literature, Los Angeles, California

Answered on Nov 04, 2019

Mortgage and not are terms related to loans or borrowing. People who obtain loans should either have to sign a mortgage document or a note. Both of these terms exemplify a legally binding agreement between two people or a person and a financial institution. A note is a paper that a person signs promising to pay the other person or lender the sum that has been borrowed. The note is also called a promissory note, which also encompasses details concerning the specified interest for the money borrowed and the form and time of repayment.

A mortgage is a document that individuals sign with a lender promising their property against the money that is borrowed, while an individual signs a note without pledging any property. A mortgage is typically registered in a recording office while a note is not registered. Notes are more private and personal, while mortgages are not.

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