A mortgage loan that is no more than 80% of the value of a home.
Low-ratio mortgages are sometimes referred to as “conventional mortgages.”
Unlike most high-ratio mortgages, low-ratio mortgages are not required by law to carry mortgage default insurance. However, lenders often insure them anyway to lower their risk, facilitate securitization or reduce their capital requirements.
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