Any loan contract structured to place the borrower into a position where it is not possible to pay off the principle; a predatory lending contract or product designed to financially wipe out the borrower. Originated 2007 by Bill Purdy, a California lawyer representing homeowners with predatory lending claims.
An ARM (adjustable rate mortage), "interest-only", and a liar loan are examples of a neutron bomb loan.
by Steve Poythress May 08, 2007
The Urban Dictionary Mug
Can you define these popular missing words?