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A chattel mortgage involves using a valuable asset as security for a loan. ARG Finance has a wealth of experience in facilitating these transactions, acting as an intermediary between businesses and chattel mortgage lenders to ensure a seamless process. With extensive expertise in chattel mortgage arrangements and a deep understanding of the financial landscape, we can help take the stress out of the borrowing process. We can also provide valuable insights and guidance to help businesses make informed decisions. From interest rates and repayment terms to legal implications, our brokers can help clients navigate the intricacies of chattel mortgage finance.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a chattel mortgage & how does it work?
A chattel mortgage is a type of loan arrangement where a movable asset (such as a vehicle) serves as collateral. The borrower gets ownership of the asset upon purchase, but the lender holds a mortgage over it until the loan is repaid. If the borrower defaults, the lender can seize and sell the asset to recover the outstanding amount. Once the loan is fully repaid, the borrower gains full ownership. Borrowers can claim interest payments on the mortgage as a tax deduction.
Who owns the asset if financed via a chattel mortgage agreement?
In a chattel mortgage agreement, the borrower owns the asset (such as equipment or vehicle) while using it as collateral for the loan. The lender holds a lien on the asset until the loan is repaid. If the borrower defaults, the lender can repossess and sell the asset to recover the outstanding amount.