CLTV - Combined Loan-To-Value

The definition of mortgage term: Combined Loan-To-Value

The total percentage of all of the loans on the property to the value of the property. This is calculated by dividing the sum of all loans on the property by the value of the property. CLTV is used by lenders to determine risk of default by the borrower.


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