Today, you'll learn all about Properties in C# We'll take a look at MSDN's definition of a property. Then we'll look at some of the more primitive ways of accessing a private field, using standard class methods. After that, we'll declare our very own property, complete with 'getter' and 'setter' accessors. And finally, we'll access our property in a class. We'll also be looking at the 'get', 'set' and 'value' keywords, and we'll look at the Microsoft doc's explanation of them. Plus we also take a look at auto-implemented properties As always Ace, I want to thank you so much for your continued support, with your comments, ratings and subscriptions. It really means a lot to me and keeps me motivated to create these videos for you. Enjoy :) [ Info ] Email ~ [email protected] Music ~ [Lensko - Heaven] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3iSD8L0MUo Subscribe ~ http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1Ff3gOuY3FiijhhjFZmKAw?sub_confirmation=1 Share Video ~ https://youtu.be/_jbdVayepNE Channel Files Git ~ https://gitlab.com/RetroTK2/Channel-Files.git Channel Files ~ https://gitlab.com/RetroTK2/Channel-Files/repository/archive.zip?ref=Channel
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A is for Auto Auto is the default value for dimension properties width and height. Setting margin:0 auto and a width or max-width allows a block of content to be horizontally centered on the page. There is a subtle difference between width:auto and width:100%. When combining width:auto with padding, the width is automatically calculated and takes the padding into account - whereas width:100% sets the width to 100% of the element’s parent with padding added additionally. In CSS positioning, top and left take priority over bottom and right. If you need to override a previously declared top or left position, they first need to be set to auto. https://www.sitepoint.com
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This tutorial shows how to set default values in an Access database. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Access-tutorials/Access-2013-Essential-Training/115857-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-bus-mlFwMPjyebc. This tutorial is a single movie from the Access 2013 Essential Training course presented by lynda.com author Adam Wilbert. The complete course duration is 5 hours and 6 minutes and shows how to build and maintain databases with Access Introduction 1. Getting Started 2. Creating Tables 3. Setting Field Properties 4. Organizing Records 5. Using Queries 6. Working with Specialty Queries 7. Creating Forms 8. Designing Forms 9. Creating Reports 10. Working with Macros 11. Integrating Access with Office Suite 12. Maintaining the Database Conclusion
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Learn how to set field default value for a table field or for a control on a form in MS Access.
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http://www.trainsignal.com/Microsoft-Office-Training.aspx?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Social%20Media&utm_campaign=YouTubeOffice%20Referral&utm_content=access%202007 Save time by learning how to add default values to a table in Microsoft Access 2007.
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See a higher quality video on TechTutor.TV! A default value can be entered for any field in Microsoft Access 2007 so that value in that field will remain the default for any new record that is entered. Watch this video tutorial to find out how to set a default value in Access 2007. See higher quality tutorials all for FREE at http://www.techtutor.tv
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In this Microsoft Access tutorial you will learn how to use the Default Value field property to have the current date and time automatically inserted into your new records. This is great for keeping a work log, entering orders, and anything else that involves a time/date stamp. This topic and lots more like it are covered in my Access 2010 Beginner Level 3 tutorial. You can find out more about this full course here: http://599CD.com/XHCLQA
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You know when you are trying to remember someone's name and totally blank out? Don't worry it happens to all of us. BUT - don't let it happen in an automation. In this video, we teach you how to add a default value to a field to avoid that frustrating blank space. Ready to get started with ActiveCampaign? Click here to get started for free: http://bit.ly/2C862cy ___ More from ActiveCampaign… Education Center: https://activecampaign.com/learn Blog: https://activecampaign.com/blog Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/activecampaign/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/activecampaign/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/activecampaign-inc-/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/activecampaign
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Excel VBA UserForm TextBox Learn how to set default value in the Properties Window
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In this Microsoft Access Tip, I'll show you how to use a combo box in a form header to set a default value for new records. We have a whole class of students coming in for the new year, and we need to assign each student to a teacher without having to do it manually for each student. Learn more Access at: http://599CD.com/X0VOJZ
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In this tutorial, we will see how to : 1. Bind the data to the select list in Angular 5/4 using ngFor 2. To get the selected value from the dropdown list 3. To set the default value of the dropdown list 4. Call a custom function on the change event of the dropdownlist
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Check out my Blog: http://exceltraining101.blogspot.com This video shows how to create a basic form feature where you can choose a default value based on another selection or enter in one that is different from the default option. P.S. Feel free to provide a comment or share it with a friend! #exceltips #exceltipsandtricks #exceltutorial #doughexcel
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This is a video tutorial about Default Value for Complex Type Properties in csharp/c# dotnet
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Here is the link to download the ZIP file that contains the Sample Database and Notes from this video. http://simpletek.ca/tutorials/access2007/ In this video learn about using Validation Rule/Text, Default Values, Expression Builder to use IIF (IF) functions, some Date functions to query Month & Year. And also create Reports & forms with Calculated Fields. And the new feature in Access 2010 that allows to create Calculated fields in Tables. On the link above you will also find a link to creating Calculate fields for Date of Birth in years or in Years and months.
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How to set default value in combobox c#?? SelectedIndex property is used to set the default value of ComboBox…. [Please note that Index Starts from Zero] Background Sound: https://www.bensound.com/ It means… First item has 0 index Second item has 1 index Third item has 2 index And so on.. [If no Item is selected, -1 is returned by the SelectedIndex property]
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Related Video: Load Combo Box Value with First / Last / Previous Selected Value at: http://youtu.be/b-UzODHOrXw
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We have added the capability to auto-create objects by using the Object Reference column type within a data table or sequence table. When a column is of type Object Reference (i.e., Object, Entity, Node or Transporter), there are additional properties, including Object Type, Default Value Instantiation and Initial Object Offset values that can be used to automatically create specific objects within the Facility window. When the Object Type property of the Object reference column is specified as an object, such as ‘TransferNode’ for a Node reference or ‘Worker’ for a Transporter reference, then the Default Value Instantiation property becomes editable. When Default Value Instantiation is set to ‘AutoCreateInstance’ (instead of ‘None’ which is the default value), then all objects specified within the Object reference column of the table will be automatically created. The Initial Object Offset values for X, Y, Z locations in the Facility window can be specified as the default of 0,0,0 or a real/integer value. These location values can also reference a real/integer column within the same table, where the objects have different location values and are place accordingly within the Facility window. *Note: This is the first in several enhancements for easier data driven model building. *
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Excel VBA UserForm TextBox Learn how to set default value (using VBA) The code used in this video: Private Sub UserForm_Initialize() txtName.Value = "Your Name" End Sub
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When using a table to auto-create object instances, users can now specify each object’s Initial Object Offset coordinates using Geographic values. Object Property has a new Location Type option to indicate if it uses Cartesian (x, y, z) or Geographic (latitude, longitude, elevation) coordinates. Selecting the default value of ‘Cartesian’ allows users to enter expressions for X, Y, and Z, which is existing behavior. Selecting the new value of ‘Geographic’ allows users to enter expressions for Latitude (-90.0 to +90.0), Longitude (-180.0 to +180.0), and Elevation (in meters, which is just like the existing Y Cartesian coordinate, but available here for completeness). Like the X, Y and Z values, the new Latitude, Longitude and Elevation values can optionally be specified as table columns and will take their values from the corresponding row in the table. Object instances created using Geographic coordinates will remain at those coordinates even if the Facility window’s Map Location origin is changed.
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VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: Option one is default - most people buy a property into their own name. Very simple, it's in your name. The problem is if you run in to trouble you could lose your home. If you pass away, property is caught up in your frozen estate. Your spouse, your dependents, other persons, children, don't have access to this asset until such time as your estate is wound up. That could take anything from about eight, nine months to one, two, three, four, five years. You're going to be creating serious hardship for whoever's going to be needing to access that property or the rentals, or whatever the case is. It's a pretty expensive exercise to die, so try and avoid it at all costs, but your death will cost you capital gains tax. The maximum rate at this point is 13.6%. It's a fairly huge chunk that's going to be coming out of any growth of the property, so one must bear that in mind if the property's in your name, on your demise. On top of that, your estate - not you - will be subjected to executors fees also at a maximum legislated rate of 3.5% plus VAT, just under 4%. Again, a massive chunk. And the kicker here is for you to consider that this is a charge on the gross value, not on the net value. Suddenly, that's a massive cost on a small percentage. This seems pretty harmless. Other options are closed corporation, or Pty Limited. A lot of people do consider this as an option because it is a known type of entity. SARS pretty much has settled the taxation around this, so there's some level of comfort. The problem with this is a closed corporation or company is not the ideal residential property owning entity because you will eventually pay too much tax as well compared to a Trust. Pty CC, your tax rate is 28% to get the cash out of the company, or the CC you'll be paying a further dividends tax, bringing you effectively to a tax rate of 38.8%. Also, a default position is you can have a Trust owning a company that, in turn, owns your property. You are creating extra costs which you can possibly avoid by having a more simplified structure. Not a great structure - a CC or Pty - if you are ever selling a property because you're going to end up with a huge capital gains tax problem in the company of the CC at an effective rate of 18.6%. To get your hands on the profits after tax, costs you a further dividends tax of 15%, bringing your total tax bill to just under 31%, so that's ouch. In your personal name, the tax is a little bit better, but you have exposure to creditors, you have got issues on death, you have no continuity. CC Pty is solving some of the problems, but not ideal from a tax perspective. Then, we come to the mythical Trust. Default position though is it's an old entity, it's been around forever, in this country almost 200 years. A Trust very simply is like a vault. You're going to acquire your property into this entity. The tax is brilliant in this structure because you can move the income out of a Trust. Even though it is an entity with the highest tax rate at 41% after the new budget a couple of weeks ago, the Trustees have got the election to push any rental income down to beneficiaries, who then pay at their own marginal rates. Also, capital gains tax wise, if you distribute your gain to a beneficiary, it's going to be quite tax effective.
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In this video learn how-to fill up fields in forms automatically. For example when you pick a Product, it fills in the Price of the product in the appropriate field.
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We now allow for specifying default values for repeating group properties within repeat groups. We have added a new Default Tuples property to the repeat group definition which will open a tuple/repeating property editor, where each tuple will be a list of property definitions under the repeat group. Just like in the regular Default Value property, the user only enters strings and there is no editing context or expression validation.
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This tutorial is part of the programming with Swift, brought to you by MadApper. In this tutorial we cover setting default values for parameters
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“The pipes in Flint, Michigan could have been replaced 3,000 times with that money” says lead study author Dr. Andre Perry Visit https://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work by donating at https://therealnews.com/donate.
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C#, SQL Server, WCF, MVC and ASP .NET video tutorials for beginners http://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists In this video we will discuss about retrieving the selected item text, index and value from an asp.net dropdownlist. To retrieve Selected Item Text: DropDownList1.SelectedItem.Text Selected Item Value: DropDownList1.SelectedItem.Value OR Selected Item Value: DropDownList1.SelectedValue Selected Item Index: DropDownList1.SelectedIndex The SelectedIndex and SelectedValue properties of the DropDownList can also be used to have a list item selected in the DropDownList.
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How to change and set the default printer on Mac OS X in the settings / preferences area. Mac OS X Tutorials Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLs7zxED4oCeqzw-GvoUk5PeTky9BCK6xv Published by Anson Alexander from http://AnsonAlex.com
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In this video we will discuss 1 Working with a checkbox control in Angular Template Driven forms 2. How to have a checkbox checked by default 3. How to disable a checkbox Working with a checkbox in Angular is very similar to working with a radio button. We want to include "Is Active" checkbox in the Create Employee form as shown below. When we check the checkbox, "isActive" property should reflect in the Angular generated for model. Also, when we click the "Save" button we want the "isActive" property value to be logged to the console. To achieve this all you have to do is include the following HTML in create-employee.component.html file. Please replace [ with LESSTHAN symbol and ] with GREATERTHAN symbol [div class="form-group"] [div class="form-control"] [label class="checkbox-inline"] [input type="checkbox" name="isActive" [(ngModel)]="isActive"]Is Active [/label] [/div] [/div] If we include "checked" attribute on a checkbox, we expect checkbox to be checked by default when the form initially loads. But you will discover that is not the case. [input type="checkbox" name="isActive" [(ngModel)]="isActive" checked]Is Active However, if you remove the "ngModel" directive from the checbox, then it gets checked as expected. Notice the "ngModel" directive is removed from the checkbox. [input type="checkbox" name="isActive" checked]Is Active With Angular Template Driven forms, we use "ngModel" directive for two-way data binding. So the moment we put it back in place the "checked" attribute does not work. To make it work include "isActive" property in the component class and initialise it to true. isActive = true; At this point you will have "IsActive" checkbox checked by default when the form loads. Now, even if we remove the "checked" attribute from the checkbox it is still checked by default when the form loads. This is because of the two-way data binding that we get with "ngModel" directive. For our form we do not want the checkbox to be checked by default, so remove the "checked" attribute and the "isActive" property from the component class. How to disable a checkbox : To disable a checkbox, use the disabled attribute [input type="checkbox" name="isActive" [(ngModel)]="isActive" disabled]Is Active Another important point to keep in mind. By default, disabled form controls are not included in the Angular auto generated form model. Since, the "Is Active" checkbox is disabled, it will not be included in the Angular generated form model. In our form, we do not want the checkbox to be disabled, so please remove the disabled attribute. Text version of the video http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2018/01/bootstrap-checkbox-in-angular.html Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2018/01/bootstrap-checkbox-in-angular-slides.html Angular CRUD Tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJ9o4TyhSuo&list=PL6n9fhu94yhWUcq5Pc16uf8YKXoZ87Vh_ Angular CRUD Tutorial Text Articles & Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2017/12/angular-crud-tutorial.html All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in English https://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists?view=1&sort=dd All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in Arabic https://www.youtube.com/c/KudvenkatArabic/playlists
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C#.NET Value Types and reference types Part 2 Default Values-all about c# ============================================= This is a tutorial of C#.NET for absolute beginners. We will learn all about C#.NET – from absolute beginner’s level to advanced level. We will cover all the main features of C#.NET. If you feel any problem then feel free to comment your question below and I will try to give solution. Thank you, best of luck. Today we will cover – -------------------------------------- Data types- alias and main .NET framework types Value types Reference types Default types of the value types and reference types ====================================== Subscribe to our channel https://bit.ly/2v1O4Dq Web site programminghub157519817.wordpress.com =============================================== Our twitter link https://twitter.com/malay9836520821 Face book link https://bit.ly/2JORbUJ Our Google+ link https://plus.google.com/u/0/ =============================== OTHER VIDEOS OF THIS CHANNEL ---------------------------------------------------------- Learn Visual Studio 2017- C#.Net Tutorial -All About Data Types- https://youtu.be/ZXrGKviu9NU Keyword Literal and Identifier in C#.NET verbatim string literal https://youtu.be/EMv0EqImxZE SOUND CREDIT =============== The Wrong Time 2:53 Silent Partner – Royalty Free MUSIC ============================== Value Types and Reference Types Value types and Reference Types in C# - C# Tutorial C# Value Types vs. Reference Types Advanced C#: Lesson - Value types vs Reference types Differences between Variable Instance and Reference | C#.NET Tutorial | Value type and reference type objects in C#.Net C# Tutorial - Difference between classes and structs in c#. C# Tutorial - Value vs Reference Types C# C# Tutorial - Interfaces in c# Value Type and Reference Type in C# ( Data Types in C#.net ) ========================================== tags c#, value types, reference types, tutorial, value type, reference type, c# net value type and reference type, default values, c# default values, difference between value types and reference types in c#.net, c# training, c# value types and reference types, value types vs reference types, data types in programming, free c# tutorial for beginners, c# tutorial for beginners, c# for beginners, c# 6.0 features, c# tutorial, programming, learning, online c# tutorial, c# video tutorial, data type
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full blog post: http://odyscope.com/general-excel/use-conditional-formatting-on-a-cell-based-on-another-cells-value/ Problem: You want to use conditional formatting on a cell or range, based on another cell's value. Solution: Create a new conditional formatting rule and select the option to "Use a formula to determine which cells to format".
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In this video we will learn 1. What is Identity column 2. Creating an Identity column 3. Supply explicit values for identity columns using IDENTITY_INSERT 4. Reset identity value using DBCC CHECKIDENT command Text version of the video http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2012/08/identity-column-in-sql-server-part-7.html Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2013/08/part-7-identity-column.html All SQL Server Text Articles http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/p/free-sql-server-video-tutorials-for.html All SQL Server Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/p/sql-server.html All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in English https://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists?view=1&sort=dd All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in Arabic https://www.youtube.com/c/KudvenkatArabic/playlists
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Error: ID1024: The configuration property value is not valid StoreName, StoreLocation, X509FindType .. This is a really REALLY sneaky error that I could only explain via a Video. Hope you find it useful.
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Watch the complete collection of SharePoint 2010 End User training videos at: http://www.sharepoint-videos.com/sharepoint-2010-training-for-end-users/
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Ever wondered why Tai Lopez ads are so effective at getting a particular message across? I’ll explain why and unveil the curtain behind the successful strategies Tai Lopez uses every time you watch…enjoy! Add me on Snapchat/Instagram: GPStephan Join the private Real Estate Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/therealestatemillionairemastermind/ Lets talk about the overall theme between his videos, and that’s his simple production value. Low production actually has MASSIVE ADVANTAGES over highly produced content. When making content like this, the low production value makes it relatable. It catches us off guard. It makes it easier to feel like the person is actually talking to you directly. It also seems authentic in the sense that it’s unplanned, it’s spur of the moment, and it sounds like he’s saying whatever comes to mind - just like you’d talk with a long time friend. Another overall theme from his videos is that they’re visually captivating. Sometimes it’s a house, it’s a car, it’s him washing a car…there’s always something going on and there’s always movement. I’ll be honest, it’s a lot harder to capture someones attention long term if there isn’t movement - we naturally get bored of stagnation because it becomes predictable and our mind starts to wander. But as soon as you begin moving around, your mind continues to see it as fresh and innovative. But one thing Tai Lopez is really, really good at - is his initial hook. He has 5 seconds to grab your attention so you don’t click “skip now.” He’ll ask an initial question or make a statement that makes you WANT to listen just to hear what he’s about to say. This means that now you’re INVESTED in hearing him out…and once you begin to invest, it makes it harder to click out. From there, he’ll go into a story - and nothing sparks our imagination and emotions better than a story. Any time you want to get information across efficiently, a story is the best way to do that. A story will make a point, it will make it memorable, it builds connections, it draws you in, and it creates EMOTION. I’ve noticed a common recurring theme halfway through is stories is that he’ll go off subject really quick and throw in a quick humble brag. And it works well…you’re right in the middle of a story, and then out of nowhere he deviates to talk about his mansion, his car, his Lamborghini…this is a really, really subtle demonstration of authority that this guy knows what he’s talking about and the the’s successful. Because we’re already in the middle of a story by this time, we’re going to pay closer attention to these mentions because we’re already immersed in what he has to say. H then does his best to show that he’s no different from the person who’s watching. He’ll mention he grew up in a trailer park, that he never came from money, that he’s never been used to anything like this…it makes us feel more relaxed and at ease all of a sudden it doesn’t seem as “unobtainable.” As Tai begins finishing up the ad, you’ll realize he never actually tells you the ending of the story…instead, he directs you to input your email and he’ll email it out to you. But there’s one more close that’s really important that really helps push it over the edge…and Tai is an expert at this. This is urgency. He sets it up so that you realize that your LOSS is not doing it. By you NOT acting NOW, you’re going to be the type of person who won’t be succeeding. And because you’ve already invested a few minutes of your time, in the middle of a story, and you’re curious how it ends and what he’s talking about…you’re pretty likely just to sign up to see what happens. And it’s a low risk investment on your part, just put in your email address and the story continues. And this is what Tai Lopez is great at. He’s found a way to get people interested in self help in a way that no one really used before - typically when you think business or self help programs, you think of a boring old man wearing a suit. But he was able to successfully rebrand the entire self-help genre in a way that gets kids interested in reading and making money through understanding their deeper desires. And THIS, ladies and gentlemen, is why Tai Lopez ads are so effective. For business inquiries or one-on-one real estate investing/real estate agent consulting or coaching, you can reach me at [email protected] Suggested reading: The Millionaire Real Estate Agent: http://goo.gl/TPTSVC Your money or your life: https://goo.gl/fmlaJR The Millionaire Real Estate Investor: https://goo.gl/sV9xtl How to Win Friends and Influence People: https://goo.gl/1f3Meq Think and grow rich: https://goo.gl/SSKlyu Awaken the giant within: https://goo.gl/niIAEI The Book on Rental Property Investing: https://goo.gl/qtJqFq Favorite Credit Cards: Chase Sapphire Reserve - https://goo.gl/sT68EC American Express Platinum - https://goo.gl/C9n4e3
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What is LOAN-TO-VALUE RATIO? What does LOAN-TO-VALUE RATIO mean? LOAN-TO-VALUE RATIO meaning - LOAN-TO-VALUE RATIO definition - LOAN-TO-VALUE RATIO explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. The loan-to-value (LTV) ratio is a financial term used by lenders to express the ratio of a loan to the value of an asset purchased. The term is commonly used by banks and building societies to represent the ratio of the first mortgage line as a percentage of the total appraised value of real property. For instance, if someone borrows $130,000 to purchase a house worth $150,000, the LTV ratio is $130,000 to $150,000 or $130,000/$150,000, or 87%. The remaining 13% represent the lender's haircut, adding up to 100% and being covered from the borrower's equity. The higher the LTV ratio, the riskier the loan is for a lender. The valuation of a property is typically determined by an appraiser, but a better measure is an arms-length transaction between a willing buyer and a willing seller. Typically, banks will utilize the lesser of the appraised value and purchase price if the purchase is "recent" (within 1–2 years). Loan to value is one of the key risk factors that lenders assess when qualifying borrowers for a mortgage. The risk of default is always at the forefront of lending decisions, and the likelihood of a lender absorbing a loss increases as the amount of equity decreases. Therefore, as the LTV ratio of a loan increases, the qualification guidelines for certain mortgage programs become much more strict. Lenders can require borrowers of high LTV loans to buy mortgage insurance to protect the lender from the buyer default, which increases the costs of the mortgage. Low LTV ratios (below 80%) carry with them lower rates for lower-risk borrowers and allow lenders to consider higher-risk borrowers, such as those with low credit scores, previous late payments in their mortgage history, high debt-to-income ratios, high loan amounts or cash-out requirements, insufficient reserves and/or no income. Higher LTV ratios are primarily reserved for borrowers with higher credit scores and a satisfactory mortgage history. Full financing, or 100% LTV, is reserved for only the most credit-worthy borrowers. The loans with LTV ratios higher than 100% are called underwater mortgages. Combined Loan To Value Ratio (CLTV) is the proportion of loans (secured by a property) in relation to its value. The term "Combined Loan To Value" adds additional specificity to the basic Loan to Value which simply indicates the ratio between one primary loan and the property value. When "Combined" is added, it indicates that additional loans on the property have been considered in the calculation of the percentage ratio. The aggregate principal balance(s) of all mortgages on a property divided by its appraised value or Purchase Price, whichever is less. Distinguishing CLTV from LTV serves to identify loan scenarios that involve more than one mortgage. For example, a property valued at $100,000 with a single mortgage of $50,000 has an LTV of 50%. A similar property with a value of $100,000 with a first mortgage of $50,000 and a second mortgage of $25,000 has an aggregate mortgage balance of $75,000. The CLTV is 75%. Combined Loan to Value is an amount in addition to the Loan to Value, which simply represents the first position mortgage or loan as a percentage of the property's value.
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