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anaconda mortgage

A mortgage in which all debts owed by the mortgagor (such as automotive, credit, business, land, etc.) are used to secure the loan, such that an increasing amount of debt is applied to the borrower upon failure to repay. Be careful not to sign into any kind of anaconda mortgage, or they could take everything you own!
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