swing loan

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Bridge Loan

A loan for a short-term period, usually two weeks to three years, until long-term financing can be arranged or an obligation is removed. Interest rates are relatively high, often 12-15%. Bridge loans are used to satisfy working capital needs; for example, if a company is arranging for an IPO or a bond issue in the coming months, but needs capital before then, it may take out a bridge loan. In doing so, it will plan to pay back the bridge loan with the money raised in the longer-term financing.

swing loan

swing loan

A short-term loan that allows homeowners to buy a new home even though their old one has not yet sold.

Swing Loan

Same as Bridge Loan.

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If the old house has still not sold, the swing loan can be renewed for another six months, generally with a fee and sometimes with a small principal reduction.
It offers personal banking products and services, including checking, savings, money market, and individual retirement accounts, as well as certificates of deposit; and loans and lines of credits, such as personal, home equity, auto, and swing loans.