end loan

end loan

(1) A permanent mortgage financing placed after construction financing. (2) A loan to buy stock in a cooperative apartment so one may rent a particular unit under a proprietary lease.

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The Financial Conduct Authority plans to ban "rolling over" loans more than twice, end loan firms raiding borrowers' bank accounts, stop misleading ads and make lenders put clear warnings on commercials and promotions.
Dean would also cap loan payments at 10 percent of income (7 percent for teachers, nurses, and public servants) and end loan payments after 10 years (although students would still have the option of repaying at lower rates over a longer period).
The very modest increase in closed end loan delinquencies reflects a slow movement back toward more normal levels.
Mortgage Builder provides an end-to end loan origination software platform that enables lenders to automate mortgage origination, loan closing, post-closing and delivery to investors.
No spot approvals for an end loan at the condo development site.
JIM CAN FIX IT Henry hopes to end loan spell in triumph
Since the completion of the refinancings, all of the properties have been able to obtain end loan financing for individual unit purchasers.
Chase Bank & Intercounty Mortgage are providing end loan financing through SONYMA's first-time home buyers program.
These inquiries frequently follow recent refinances of the blanket loan by NCB, which automatically makes the project eligible for end loan financing with the bank.
Many sponsors holding majority positions in these properties are finding themselves in an untenable position today because most banks are reluctant to provide end loan financing for their prospective apartment buyers, often crippling sales at these buildings.
Iannone said, "Many solvent cooperative corporations are unable to secure underlying financing or end loan financing based on the lending community's credit guidelines.
Banks have to understand, said Karelsen, that they are not taking a chance when they give an end loan to a person in a building with a strong financial base.