100% Loan

100% Loan

A loan with no down payment.

See Down Payment/No-Down-Payment Loans.

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The charity originally rented its current 6,000 ft industrial space and in 2005 was able to take advantage of 100% loan finance offered by the Welsh Government's Community Investment Fund, managed by the Wales Council for Voluntary Action, to purchase the premises.
Its headquarters continues to remain at Chester, offering low interest rate commercial mortgages, with amounts from [pounds sterling]25,000 to 25 million pounds making it a market leader with borrowing options extending up to 80% from lenders, exceptions up to 100% loan to value.
4 billion 100% loan guarantee from the public shareholders of Flughafen Berlin Schonefeld GmbH.
A spokesperson for Abbey Bank said, 'We are withdrawing our 100% loan to value mortgage until further notice.
Other key features of Yorkshire's Fresh Start mortgage include: 0% interest rate for first six months; up to 100% loan to value with no higher lending charge; cashback to help with legal costs; access to free counselling service and referral to family law practitioner; and referral to a financial advisor for family protection, including maintenance payment protection.
We have no deposit and therefore require a 100% loan, but it is difficult to find a lender.
The program can withstand 100% loan defaults even if the available reserve fund is not applied.
Phase II costs at a calculated US $808 million and is a 100% loan.
It was the greed and stupidity of such banks lending to anyone and everyone at more than 100% loan to value.
But a request made under the Freedom of Information Act revealed the exhibition was bought for pounds 8m, financed by a 100% loan.
This cuts the interest which customers would otherwise pay on a 100% loan.
These DSRs, combined with MWPAT's pledged statewide program reserves released to the deficiency fund, which are also available for debt service payment, allow the standalone program to withstand 100% loan repayment defaults over the first, middle and last four years of the bonds' life.