Real property that is used, or is capable of being use in the normal market, primarily for the production of annual income through leasing of the property.
That which cannot be forfeited or done away with.
Protection of exemption from loss or damage.
Going in; right of entrance.
An order of a court of equity prohibiting an act or compelling an act to be done.
A formal written legal document.
An interest of such a nature that the occurrence of the event insured against would cause financial loss to the insured. Such interests, for example, may be that of an owner, a mortgagee, a lessee or a trustee.
The term is used conventionally to designate the amount of insurance that may be carried, on destructible portions of a property to indemnify the owner in the event of loss.
The date one month prior to commencement of amortization when accrued interest computed on the moneys advanced becomes due.
The decimal equivalent for an interest rate on a unit amount for a certain period of time. Computed by interest rate divided by number of days in basic year, times the number of days accrued.
Interest Rate is the percentage charged on outstanding loan balances.
Interim loans are used to provide construction financing until the permanent loan can be funded.
That rate at which the present worth of all present and future investment costs equals the present worth of all present and future investment benefits.