Acquisition Debt

Acquisition Debt

Any debt one uses to buy, make improvements on, or build a residence for oneself. See also: Mortgage.

Acquisition Debt

Debt incurred to acquire, construct, or improve the taxpayer's principal or secondary residence.
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In addition to home acquisition debt, there is a second category of debt, home equity debt, which may give rise to deductible interest.
The company will fund the deal through "reinvestment of UKW's cash resources" and its acquisition debt facility offered by RBC, RBS and Santander.
Home-equity indebtedness is debt, other than acquisition debt, that is secured by a qualified residence and does not exceed the lesser of $100,000 ($50,000 for married filing separately) or the fair market value (FMV) of the residence less acquisition debt (including pre-Oct.
RBS, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, Barclays Bank and Santander have provided the acquisition debt facilities.
Greencoat noted it financed the transaction via reinvestment of its cash resources and its acquisition debt facility.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-October 28, 2013--Golub Capital provides acquisition debt facility to Market Track(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
The much-maligned American duo have taken the club to the High Court as administration looms large, with the Royal Bank of Scotland able to call in the $380m acquisition debt due for payment in full this Friday - a move that would see the Reds docked nine Premier League points.
The aggregate amount treated as acquisition debt for any period shall not exceed $1 million or $500,000 in the case of a married individual filing a separate return.
AFC Realty Capital, a boutique real estate investment bank headquartered in Manhattan, arranged senior acquisition debt and joint venture equity financing for two self storage properties located at 1037 Zerega Avenue and 4268 Third Avenue in the Bronx.
Like so many other Californians over the past few years, McCourt - who paid $430 million to buy the team and stadium - refi'd his property and paid off $71 million in debt related to the January 2004 acquisition debt.

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