Loan Fee

Loan Fee

A fee assessed when credit is extended. A loan fee may be an annual fee on a credit card or a loan origination fee for a mortgage. It is separate from the interest.
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The Redswere seeking a [pounds sterling]5million loan fee for the England striker -- in addition to the full payment of his [pounds sterling]150,000-a-week wage.
25m loan fee and agree to a PS4m obligatorypurchase clause for the summer or for United to stump up a PS2.
im mth n They are prepared to consider a temporary move for the rest of the season, but want a hefty loan fee.
Also, the company said that quarter over quarter, net interest and loan fee income after provision for loan losses increased 2.
This personal loans may make it possible for these to enjoy a far more smart steady flow connected with instalments and in many cases a reduced general mortgage loan fee.
I'm not sure how much Everton might have paid to bring Lukaku for his initial season but the year before I think West Brom paid around PS5million in a loan fee.
The Wearsiders were linked with fullback Jenkinson over the weekend, reports suggesting they are prepared to pay a PS2m loan fee to bring the England international to the club.
MANCHESTER United boss Louis van Gaal was set to take his spending to PS150million after the club agreed a loan fee for Monaco's Colombian striker Radamel Falcao in a dramatic climax to transfer deadline day.
The Red Devils will pay a E12 million-plus loan fee for the 28-year-old in addition to a significant portion of his E380,000-a-week Monaco wages and will have the option to buy at the end of the loan, Goal reported.
Yet the loss of the club's record signing is eased by the pounds 6million world record loan fee.
It's understood Sunderland have not taken a loan fee for him and will still pick up the tab for the bulk of his wages.
9 million) quarter on quarter due, mainly, to higher loan fee income.