Prime Mortgages (aka. “A” Mortgages)

“Prime” is a classification of lending based on the payment risk that the lender faces.

Prime mortgages (also known as “A” deals) entail lower chances of the borrower defaulting than non-prime (aka., sub-prime or “B”) mortgages. 

Partial Source: CAAMP

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