subsidized housing

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subsidized housing

Residential dwellings that receive some form of government assistance.

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This creates a moral hazard: bankers are encouraged by the regulatory regime to take on excessive risk, allowed to issue limited equity, and in case of a crisis, march up to the Treasury to demand a multi-billion-pound handout from taxpayers.
However, its standalone credit quality is constrained by its limited equity in upstream fuel assets and downstream integration, as well as minimal generation-source and revenue diversification.
Including these homeowners with limited equity, the nation's "effective" negative equity rate jumps to 24.6 percent.
"The rise in new finance options for off-plan residential projects, including increased incentives and post-completion payment plans, has opened the market for buyers with more limited equity. These developments now demand a larger share of the sales volumes compared to completed units, with rates continuing to decline as a result."
The village will be incorporated as a limited equity cooperative whose members will be responsible for upkeep of their houses and the common areas.
While state legislation has been passed to support development of limited equity housing co-ops, it "lumps co-ops in with condo associations and the like," says Coontz, adding that this is not a good fit for co-ops.
In the absence of funding sources from commercial banks and limited equity, investment banks have slowly been waning.
Existing home owners can trade up to a larger property, even if there is limited equity in their current home.
As a result, Al Rayan (UK) Limited equity holding in the IBB will reach11, 921,189,979 shares equivalent to 98.34 per cent of the issued shares.
In the future, the Bank may provide limited equity funding by blending with lending operations, with clearly defined
"The signs are clear it will stimulate demand from buyers and those previously trapped with limited equity. It is better summarised as Help To Sell and Help To Buy again," said Miles Shipside of Rightmove.

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