The relationship between the amount of a home mortgage and the total value of the property. Lenders may limit their maximum mortgage to 80 to 90 percent of the value.

the relationship between the amount of a mortgage and the total value of the property,; Example: $100,000 Purchase Price with $95,000 loan, LTV is 95%.

The LVR is a ratio of the total amount of money borrowed versus the total value of all securities (properties) held. This is very important in determining how much you can borrow. In most cases, it is possible to borrow up to 95% of the value of the property you are purchasing. LMI is usually payable on LVR's of 80% or higher.

the relationship of the principal amount of a mortgage to the appraised value of a property. This ratio is expressed to a potential borrower in terms of the percentage of value a lending institution is willing to finance.

The relationship between the amount of the mortgage loan and it's appraised value.

The ratio, expressed as a percentage, of the amount of a loan (numerator) to the value or selling price of real property or land for a custom-built home.

The relationship between the amount of the mortgage and the appraised value of the property, expressed as a percentage of the appraised value.

The relationship between the amount of a home loan and the total value of the property. Lenders may limit their maximum loan to 80-95 percent of value.

The relationship between the mortgage amount and the appraised market value (or sales price if lower) of the security property, and expressed as a percent.

The relationship between the amount of the mortgage loan and the value of the real estate being pledged as collateral.