Definition of Real estate loan
1. Noun. A loan on real estate that is usually secured by a mortgage.
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Literary usage of Real estate loan
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1. Practical Banking by Oliver Howard Wolfe, La Salle Extension University (1917)
"Application for real estate loan (Front and Back) of money that may be loaned is also limited by law, varying from 50 per cent to 60 per cent of the ..."
2. Obsolete American Securities and Corporations by Roland Mulville Smythe (1911)
"real estate loan Co. Office in New York. Dissolved 1902. real estate loan & Title Guarantee Co., Denver, Colo. Letters addressed to this Company have been ..."
3. Loans and Discounts: Proved Methods that Build Business--tested Time-saving (1918)
"Naturally enough, handling interest for the heavy volume of real estate loan business in this bank requires a fairly close checking of details, ..."
4. Seventeen Talks on the Banking Question by Charles Newell Fowler (1913)
"A commercial bank should never take a real estate loan, except as additional security for money advanced for some legitimate commercial purpose as ..."
5. The Commerce of Kansas City in 1886: With a General Review of Its Business by S. Ferdinand Howe (1886)
"Hoffman and Evan A. Fussell, notaries public, real estate, loan and rental agents, ... B. Wightman, real estate, loan and rental agent. Telephone 844. ..."