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Ltv

• Is the Loan-to-Value statistic. It is the percentage that a creditor is prepared to lend against an asset such as real estate. For example, an LTV of 70 (percent) would mean that $70,000 could be borrowed against $100,000 of acceptable collateral.

 
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