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QUESTIONS D - one party wishes to be removed from a B - Drawdown facility.
mortgage. C - Early repayment charge.
1.Which of the following is an advantage of a
D - Fixed rate of interest.
home reversion scheme when compared to a
4. A second mortgagee:
lifetime mortgage?
A - cannot register a charge without the 7. A borrower is considering a remortgage from
A - Cash or income produced will be at a
consent of the first mortgagee. his existing 6.5% interest only loan to a three
discount to the real value of the property.
B - is not entitled to a share of the proceeds of year fixed rate at 5%. He will not increase the
B - No interest is payable or charged.
sale if the first mortgagee sells in £120,000 borrowing and has calculated that it
C - The borrower's estate will always benefit
possession. will cost £750 in charges, fees and legal costs,
from increases in the property value.
C - must charge the same rate of interest as which he will pay from savings. At what point
D - The plan holder can stay in the property
that charged by the first mortgagee. will he start to benefit financially from the
for life.
D - normally charges a higher rate of interest new arrangement?
than the first mortgagee. The:
2. Which of the following could be seen as a
A - Immediately.
disadvantage of a SHIP compliant 'roll-up'
5.In which of the following circumstances B - 4 months.
lifetime mortgage?
would open bridging finance be appropriate? C - 6 months.
A- Ownership transfers to the provider.
For: D - 13 months.
B- Taking out such a plan could lead to
A - John, who has exchanged contracts on the
reduced State benefits.
sale of part of the land adjoining his 8.Nayan and Chandra are considering moving
C- The borrower could build up a negative
property. now that their first baby is due. Of what
equity situation.
B - Louise, who wishes to purchase a property should they be aware?
D- The owner loses all rights to any increase
before a buyer has been found for her A - The lender's checks will be less stringent
in the property value.
existing property. now that they are on the property ladder.
C - Mark, who has exchanged contracts on the B - They cannot use existing life policies for
3.A deed of postponement might be necessary
sale of his property but wishes to complete the new mortgage.
his purchase before his sale. C - They will be able to reclaim part of the
A - a borrower wishes to extend the term of
D - Mary, who wishes to purchase a plot of higher lending charge they paid when they
the mortgage.
land on which she wants to build her own bought their existing property.
B - a mortgage contract does not contain an
home. D - They will need to set aside money to cover
obligation for the lender to make further
6. What specific feature of a mortgage can avoid
C - a property owner wishes to arrange a
the need for 'tacking'? 9.Harry and Rebecca are considering taking
second charge.
A - Daily calculation of interest. advantage of their existing lender's latest
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