Origination


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Origination

The making of mortgage loans.

Origination

The act of making a mortgage loan. Origination is usually a rather lengthy process, as it requires the lender to investigate the borrower's risk, negotiate the terms of the loan and agree upon a loan amount. It is also called loan origination. See also: Origination fee.
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If mortgage rates rise and demand for mortgage refinances falls as predicted, the demand for mortgage originations will be more dependent on new purchases.
Second, it outlines the empirical analysis of explanatory factors of prepayment, default, and termination (prepayment and default combined) within two years of loan origination; it further compares the number of prepaid and defaulted loans per year within two years of origination.
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91 significantly changed the financial accounting treatment of loan origination costs, many financial institutions continued to deduct these costs currently for tax purposes as Sec.
In the first sentence of paragraph 1, origination or acquisition is replaced by purchase or origination.
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The company said that it has named Mark Leahy as head of debt origination and fixed income syndicate for Asia ex-Japan.
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For more than a decade, the IRS has focused on the treatment of loan origination costs, which are expenses a lender incurs when making loans.
During the loan origination process, for example, a lending institution might routinely obtain appraisals in support of new loans.