Can you combine two properties in one mortgage?
Yes, in some instances two properties can be covered by one mortgage. It is called a blanket mortgage.
What is a substance formed when two or more elements are combine and lose their distinct properties?
Can I sell one of my rental properties and roll over the equity into one of my other rental properties of greater value to buy down the mortage on the second rental that I keep but already have a mortage on?
What element in the periodic table has chemical properties that are most similar to those of carbon?
When elements combine to form a compound are the properties of the elements retained in the compound?
A legitimate lender will require that all the owners sign the mortgage and note. That is the way a lender protects its interest. If a borrower defaults on a mortgage the bank can take possession of the property by foreclosure and then sell it to recoup the money it loaned to the borrower. If two people own the property and only one signed the mortgage, the lender can only take the interest of the one…
When two substances combine to form a new substance, it is said that a chemical reaction has occurred. This reaction is a combination reaction, also known as synthesis. The new substance formed may or may not possess the properties of the constituent substances. When the separate substances are elements, a chemical reaction is one that creates chemical bonds, the combined substance being a compound.