What does the term "mortgage in principle" mean?

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Answered by Paul Skinner, IFA in Odiham, HAMPSHIRE
Most lenders will issue a mortgage "in principle", which is decision to lend based on the information provided. The process simply checks that your details fit the lender's criteria and you pass their credit checks.

Once a full application is submitted, the lender may still decide not to lend.

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It’s quite essential to understand every single idea of mortgage principle as it will help you to know where your mortgage payments are going and what is your spending on interest with the actual equity acquired on your home. If your payments are prepaid on your mortgage then you’ll certainly going to pay more on your principle that reduces the amount of money for which the interest is being charged on. It can save your thousands of dollars over the loan span and would clear your loan much faster.
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