gap financing


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Gap Loan

Financing that is needed but unavailable. A common solution to filling a gap is borrowing. See also: Bridge loan.

gap financing

A loan that covers the difference between the construction loan and the permanent financing.See bridge loan.

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Aloe specializes in obtaining 100% financing for features by raising private equity, working with hedge funds, gap financing, top tier foreign sales companies and securing domestic distribution.
These may include equity and debt, credit enhancement instruments, consumer finance, as well as grants and results-based-financing (RBF) to cover viability gap financing and improving affordability of off-grid energy services.
It provides unique gap financing for large and small projects across the nation and creates American jobs at no cost to taxpayers," said DeBoer in a statement.
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In either case, concerns with gap financing (CDBG, HOME, AHP, CFFP) could arise and the developer may have seen headlines regarding "Choice" and "RAD.
The Michigan Business Development Program provides grants, loans and other economic assistance to qualified businesses that make investments or create jobs in Michigan, with preference given to businesses that need additional assistance for deal-closing and for second-stage gap financing.
Sher was unable to discuss in detail the terms of the gap financing, and Worldview did not respond to repeated requests for comment.
Banks would provide gap financing to producers, then insure the loans in case sales targets were missed and producers couldn't make good.
In evaluating Rock Hill's willingness to participate as a partner in this venture, the city's Economic and Urban Development Department began to investigate the use of what came to be known as a gap financing model.
The benefit arises from the fact that the companies do not have to underwrite individual projects, and developers can utilize the money as gap financing for projects that might not otherwise garner interest from such large companies.
They offer seven programs ranging from private business loans to gap financing resources for rural businesses.
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