New York Real Estate Glossary C
(Collateral Loan - Concurrent Ownership)
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Loan secured by the pledge of specific collateral such a borrowing $30,000
against a savings account of $60,000.
Additional security supplied by borrower to obtain a loan.
A financial institution, providing business loans, credit cards, checking
and saving accounts, etc. Commercial banks are the largest financial
intermediaries directly involved in the financing of real estate.
Real estate broker who specializes in the listing and selling of commercial
property such as businesses, industrial, apartments, office buildings,
Lists of business properties.
Business property, such as office buildings, medical centers, hotels,
stores, etc., which are intended to operate with a profit.
Commercial Real Estate
Real estate usable in a trade or business.
A classification of property peculiar to certain states and referring
to property accumulated through the efforts of both husband and wife.
Distance and time between a person's workplace and home.
Comparative Market Analysis
The estimated value of property based on the comparison of like properties.
Ownership in a property by two or more owners, simultaneously.