All-in-rate

All-in-rate

Rate used in charging customers for accepting banker's acceptances, consisting of the discount interest rate plus the commission.

All-In-Rate

The rate that a bank charges a customer in exchange for honoring a banker's acceptance. The all-in-rate is the discount interest rate added to a commission.
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When the mezzanine pricing is blended with the first mortgage, it results in an "all-in-rate" of somewhere in the low- to mid-7% range.