warehouse fee

warehouse fee

A charge to a borrower when a mortgage banker or other small lender must borrow money on a short-term basis in order to loan money on mortgage loans.If the interest rate on the short-term loan is too large to make money on the spread, the mortgage banker will charge a warehouse fee to cover its costs until it can assemble enough loans in its virtual warehouse and sell them to someone else,making enough money to pay off its short-term loans.

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The handling fee represents much better value than the warehouse fee, warehouse staff etc, that the club would otherwise need to incur.
Some of the beans had no buyers yet but the exporters still gain as the warehouse fee abroad such as in Malaysia is much lower, he said.
Why aren't suppliers charged an annual warehouse fee per SKU?
But they do charge a warehouse fee and shipping charges.
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They would not have cash to pay the farmers, interest and warehouse fee.
The importing company has to pay for unloading at the other port, warehouse fees and then pay to bring that merchandise back to the island.
Storage fees will be capped at the warehouse fees published annually by the LME but may be reduced over time if the Issuer is able to negotiate lower fees once assets build up," ETF Securities said.
488,000 in sales commissions and warehouse fees last year.
Customs eventually capitulated but when I went to collect my vehicle from the agent I was told I had to pay their fees and the bonded warehouse fees.