An Inter Alia Mortgage is a type of mortgage loan that covers multiple properties or parcels of land under a single mortgage document. This mortgage arrangement allows borrowers to use the combined equity in multiple properties as collateral for a single loan. In the event of default, the lender has the right to foreclose on any or all of the properties secured by the mortgage. Inter Alia Mortgages are often used by investors, businesses, or individuals with multiple real estate holdings to consolidate their debts or obtain financing for new projects.
- Blanket mortgage
- Mortgage collateral
- Real estate financing
- Loan-to-value ratio (LTV)
- Investopedia: “Blanket Mortgages”
- Corporate Finance Institute (CFI): “Inter Alia”
- MortgageFit: “Inter Alia Mortgage: A Comprehensive Guide”