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Hard Loan

Hard Loan What is 'Hard Loan' A foreign loan that must be paid in the currency of a nation that has stability and a reputation abroad for economic strength (a hard currency). Explaining

In-House

In-House What is 'In-House' In-house refers to conducting an activity or operation within a company, instead of relying on outsourcing. A firm uses its own employees and time to keep a div

Implied Warranty Of Habitability

Implied Warranty Of Habitability What is 'Implied Warranty Of Habitability' An unstated guarantee that a rental property meets basic living and safety standards. When a tenant rents an apa

In-House Financing

In-House Financing What is 'In-House Financing' In-house financing is a type of seller financing in which a firm extends customers a loan, allowing them to purchase its goods or services.

National Automated Clearinghouse Association (NACHA)

National Automated Clearinghouse Association (NACHA) What is 'National Automated Clearinghouse Association - NACHA ' A non-profit membership association charged with overseeing the Automa

Offset Mortgage

DefinitionThe term flexible mortgage refers to a residential mortgage loan that offers flexibility in the requirements to make monthly repayments. The flexible mortgage first appeared in Aus

Omnibus Account

DefinitionAn Omnibus Customer Securities Account is a securities account used by a brokerage firm or its affiliated clearing firm in order to maintain appropriate custody of underlying secur

Make-Or-Buy Decision

Make-Or-Buy Decision What is a 'Make-Or-Buy Decision' A make-or-buy decision is the act of choosing between manufacturing a product in-house or purchasing it from an external supplier. In

Above Ground Risk

Above Ground Risk What is 'Above Ground Risk' Non-quantifiable risks that can adversely affect a project or investment. Above ground risk is generally used in the energy industry to refer

Real Estate Owned (REO)

Real Estate Owned (REO) What is 'Real Estate Owned - REO' Real estate owned, or REO, is the name given to foreclosed-upon real estate, such as detached houses, condominiums, townhomes and
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