LVR stands for loan-to-value ratio. The loan-to-value ratio is a percentage rate reflecting the amount of equity in a property versus what you owe on that property.
Loan to value ratio. Used to measure the percentage of equity in a mortgage versus the value of the property.
Also called the Loan To Value Ratio. Is the ratio of the value of your loan to the value of the security you provide to the lender. A term used by lenders when describing the maximum amount the lender will approve against the value of any property taken as security for the loan.