An insurance policy protecting the buyer for the amount of the purchase price

An insurance policy protecting the buyer for the

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An insurance policy protecting the buyer for the amount of the purchase price in the event of a future title dispute. a. Earnings available on alternative investments. (Real Estate Finance). b. The value differential between alternative investments with differing rates of return. (Fundamentals of Real Estate Appraisal). 33b
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Package Mortgage: Participation Certificate: Par: Participation Loan: Partial Entitlement: Partnership (s): Partially Amortized: Pass-throughs: Partial Release: Pension Plans: 34a
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a. Proof of membership in a trust cooperative granted in a particular amount, usually with the right to occupy a unit in property owned by the trust. (Property Management). b. Shares in Ginnie Mae pools. (Real Estate Finance). A loan that includes certain equipment and appliances located or installed on the premises in addition to the real property itself. a. A loan where the lender takes an equity position in the property as well as interest for the loan. (Real Estate Practice). b. As a concession for making a loan on commercial property, the lender is given a portion of ownership, which allows him to participate in the profits. (Real Estate Economics). c. A loan in which more than one lender or more than one borrower has an interest; a loan in which the lender receives partial ownership in the enterprise that is being financed. (Real Estate Finance). The face value of a bond or security. a. See general partnership. (Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Practice). b. Two or more persons or entities joined together to own real property. (Real Estate Finance). c. Two or more persons associated to carry on a business and to share in the profits. (Real Estate Law). d. An association of two or more individuals who carry on a continuing business for profit as co-owners. Under the law a partnership is regarded as a group of individuals rather than as a single entity. (Fundamentals of Real Estate Appraisal). e. An association of two or more individuals who carry on a continuing business for profit as co-owners. Under the law, a partnership is regarded as a group of individuals rather than as a single entity separate from the individual owners. A general partnership is a typical form of joint venture in which each general partner shares in the administration, profits, and losses of the operation. A limited partnership is a business arrangement whereby the operation is administered by one or more general partners and funded, by and large, by limited or silent partners, who are by law responsible for losses only to the extent of their investments. (Real Estate Economics). Under DVA loan, the amount of guarantee still available to an eligible veteran who has used a previous entitlement. Payments on securities sold in the secondary market that are sent directly to the investors.
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