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Warehousing

The interim holding period from the time of the closing of a loan to its subsequent marketing to capital market investors.

Warehousing

1. The act or process of storing inventory for sale in the future.

2. The act or practice of a company gradually buying the stock of another company it later intends to acquire. It need not register its warehousing with the SEC until it has bought a certain percentage of shares outstanding. See also: Accumulation, Significant order.

warehousing

The practice by a loan originator of packaging large numbers of loans for sale on the secondary market.

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