Definition Investment-to-value ratio

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Glossary: Investment-to-value ratio

Investment-to-value ratio is calculated by adding the amount of money the mortgage holder/investor has invested in the mortgage to any senior liens existing on the property and then dividing that sum by the current value of the property. Investment-to-value ratio is the measure of how secure a creditor's position is and how likely the creditor is to recoup all of his or her money in the event of a foreclosure. A higher Investment-to-value ratio indicates a riskier investment.



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