Terms of use

This web page is a legal document and serves as our terms of use. It governs the legal terms of our website, CompareMortgage.Loan , sub-domains, and all associated mobile and web-based applications (collectively referred to as “website”) as owned and operated by CompareMortgage.Loan.

Unless otherwise defined, the capitalized terms listed in the definitions section below include the specified meaning. The terms of use, as well as our privacy policy, all mobile license agreements, and other displayed guidelines on our website (collectively “legal terms”) establish the only and complete agreement between CompareMortgage.Loan and you. This supersedes any other understandings, agreements, warranties, and representations in regards to our website and all subject matter contained on it.

We reserve the right to alter our legal terms without prior notice to you at any time. Our website will always post the most recent copy of our legal terms on our website. Before using the website, you are encouraged to review all legal terms. You should routinely review our legal terms to ensure you still agree to them. Please review them carefully, as your use of our website constitutes your agreement to fully follow and be bound by our legal terms.

If you cannot agree with our legal terms, you should not visit or use our website. If you have already visited our website and decide you do not agree with our legal terms, you should immediately leave the site.


The terms “our” “us” and “we” refer to Compare Mortgage Loan Blog and the website’s owner.

“Visitor(s)” are defined as anyone who browses our site without registering as a member.

“Member(s)” are defined as anyone who has registered to use our website.

“User(s)” is a term used to collectively identify both a member and user.

Our “service” embodies the collective functionality and features offered by our website to our members.
“Content” collectively refers to all audio, data, graphics, information, and video offered on our website.

General terms

All legal terms should as treated as though they were executed and performed in the United States. They are construed and governed in according to United States law without regard to conflict of law principles.

Additionally, you agree to abide the personal jurisdication and venue of such courts. Any course of action taken by you in regards to our website must be established within 1 year after the cause of action first arose. If not, your right to take action is forever barred and waived. In the event any part of our legal terms are deemed unenforceable or invalid, the part shall be interpreted consistent with any applicable law, while the remaining parts will remain fully enforced and in effect.

In the event any content displayed on our website conflicts with or is deemed inconsistent with our legal terms, our legal terms take precedence. Any failure to enforce all part of our legal terms shouldn’t be viewed as a waiver of such provision nor the right to enforce the provision. All rights of CompareMortgage.Loan under our legal terms will survive the termination of our legal terms.


While using our website, you agree to abide by all applicable domestic and international ordinances, laws, regulations, and statutes.

CompareMortgage.Loan retains the right to investigate any reported violations or complaints regarding our legal terms. When we deem appropriate, we reserve the right to take action, which may include, but is not limited to: cancelling your account, reporting all suspected unlawful activity to law enforcement, regulators, and/ or third parties, and revealing any information appropriate to such entities or persons relating to your profile, IP addresses and traffic information, email addresses, posted materials, and usage information, as allowed under our privacy policy.

Intellectual property

Our website may include our logo, trademarks, or service marks, as well as those of other companies and our affiliates, in the form of graphics, logos, and words. The use of our website doesn’t allow you the right or license to use any trademarks or service marks without first receiving the written consent of the corresponding trademark/ service mark owner.