CLTV ratio


CLTV ratio
combined loan to value ratio ( CLTV)
A measure of collateral coverage provided by a consumer borrower's residence. The borrower's total senior and subordinated loan balances divided by the appraised value of the borrower's residence. American Banker Glossary

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