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Financial terms in "Loan and Mortgage"

1. Total expense ratio

2. Counter Offer

3. Maximum Deferment Period

4. Lender Option Commitments

5. Periodic refinancing

6. Abstract of Title

7. Lock

8. Nominal interest rate

9. Stripped MBS (SMBS)

10. Lock verb

11. Loan discount fee

12. Inquiry

13. Private Student Loan Consolidation

14. Repayment

15. PITI Reserves

16. Assessor

17. Pledge Account Mortgage (PAM)

18. Bridge Loan

19. Benefits Lost If Lender Sells Loan

20. Back End Ratio (debt ratio)

21. Asset

22. balance

23. Warehouse lender

24. Terms

25. Title Insurance

26. Buy-up

27. MBS

28. Rate protection

29. Mortgage Modification

30. Government Loan

31. Underwriting requirements

32. Interest Only

33. Variable Expenses

34. Pre-foreclosure Sale

35. Mortgage Constant

36. Housing Ratio

37. Transfer of Ownership

38. Lock-In

39. Mortgage rate

40. Discretionary ARM

41. Loan Type

42. Monthly total expenses

43. Parent-sponsored Loan

44. B Loan or "B" Paper

45. SIGTARP

46. Refinance

47. Interest Rate Structure

48. Property flipping

49. Return On Average Common Equity

50. Underage

51. Partial Entitlement

52. Hazard Insurance

53. Cap

54. Equity grabbing

55. Direct Lending

56. Capital Improvements

57. Late Payment Charges

58. Annual Mortgagor Statement

59. Interim refinance

60. Federal National Mortgage Association

61. Council of Mortgage Lenders

62. Lock-in Period

63. Wholesale mortgage prices

64. Total Balance Of Combined Loans

65. PITI

66. Lease Option

67. Title Search

68. Loan

69. Payment Due Date

70. Conforming mortgage

71. Balloon

72. Cooperative (Co-op)

73. Loan Recasting

74. Cohort

75. Closing Date

76. Insurance

77. Housing investment

78. Eviction

79. Truth-in-Lending

80. Home Equity Line of Credit

81. Risk Based Capital

82. Referral site

83. Treasury Index

84. Borrower Benefits

85. Market niche

86. Monthly debt service

87. Deductible

88. Deed in lieu of foreclosure

89. Gross Annual Income

90. Adjustment Date

91. Yield-Spread premium.

92. Simple interest biweekly mortgage

93. Hybrid ARM

94. Credit Bureau

95. Reconveyance Clause

96. Residual Qualifying

97. 401(k)/403(b) loan

98. Cloud

99. National Credit Repositories

100. Tangible net benefit

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Quarter

Categories: Investing and Trading, Accounting, Forex,

The financial world splits up its calendar into four quarters, each three months long. If January to March is the first quarter, April to June is the second quarter, and so on, though a company's first quarter does not have to begin in January.The securities and exchange commission (SEC) requires all publicly held US companies to publish a quarterly report, officially known as Form 10-Q, describing their financial results for the quarter. These reports and the predictions that market analysts make about them often have an impact on a company's stock price.For example, if analysts predict that a certain company will have earnings of 55 cents a share in a quarter, and the results beat those expectations, the price of the company's stock may increase. But if the earnings are less than expected, even by a penny or two, the stock price may drop, at least for a time.However, this pattern doesn't always hold true, and other forces may influence (investor) sentiment about the stock.

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