New Hampshire

Write up the legal documents for a home purchase loan with these customizable easy-to-use New Hampshire Mortgage Forms.

The New Hampshire Banking Department regulates the financial services industry and supervises companies and individuals who provide consumers with access to those financial services. They provide New Hampshire residents with information about fraud and unscrupulous lending practices, and they oversee licensing, registration and reporting of and by mortgage brokers, bankers, servicers, and loan originators.

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New Hampshire Contract for Deed

If you are selling a real estate property in New Hampshire, you can assist the buyer by carrying part or all of the purchase price with this Contract for Deed (or purchase money mortgage).
  • Under the terms of this Contract, the seller effectively becomes the mortgage lender for the balance of the purchase money.
  • Title will transfer to the buyer once payment in full of all principal and interest has been received by the seller.
  • The seller has the righ.....

New Hampshire Fixed Rate Mortgage Note

This Fixed Rate Promissory Note is part of the documentation that a borrower must sign when obtaining a mortgage loan in the State of New Hampshire.

  • The borrower agrees to make equal monthly payments of principal and interest until the maturity date of the mortgage. On that date, the borrower will pay the remaining outstanding balance in full.
  • The note holder has the option to accelerate the mortgage if the borrower is in default under the note. In other words, the no.....

New Hampshire Residential Mortgage

Place a mortgage on a residential property with this New Hampshire fixed rate mortgage form.

  • The mortgage form contains both uniform (multistate) covenants and non-uniform covenants specific to New Hampshire law, including how attorneys' fees will be awarded in the event of a lawsuit.
  • The mortgage is being granted to the lender as additional security for a mortgage loan, plus any additional prepayment or late payment charges, plus interest on all of the indebtedness.<.....