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Financial terms in "Real Estate"

1. spindle

2. Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act

3. cupped taper

4. pension liability

5. panel construction

6. Cash Flow

7. floating joint

8. blemish

9. make-up air

10. deposit

11. line post

12. uv rays

13. ABR

14. reinstatement clause

15. machine finished limestone

16. masons joint

17. wood-fiber plaster

18. queen post

19. epoxy adhesive

20. rung

21. stair landing

22. no-documentation loan

23. ground cover

24. mottled

25. overcurrent

26. multiplex

27. affordability analysis

28. Cash Against Documents

29. RREI

30. causeway

31. sleeve anchor

32. phenol

33. rollover risk

34. partition block

35. tint

36. Inheritance Tax

37. clevis

38. cricket

39. Title Search or Examination

40. speed square

41. appliance

42. gas burner

43. chain intermittent weld

44. decorate

45. Pricing Notch Point (PNP)

46. ceiling fan

47. absentee owner

48. membrane waterproofing

49. demolition insurance

50. sky lease

51. trowled mortar joint

52. minimum rent

53. lever

54. counterweight

55. reinforced masonry

56. plottage value

57. dry loan

58. pad foundation

59. cyma

60. transactional broker

61. fine grading

62. book cost

63. rope

64. purge

65. degree of difficulty production factor

66. Code of Ethics

67. awning window

68. commercial acre

69. keyhole saw

70. cement mason

71. pulley stile

72. subpoena duces tecum

73. drapery

74. boot truck

75. incurable defect

76. overriding royalty

77. melt

78. right to rescission

79. waferboard

80. Federal Savings and Loan Association

81. coped joint

82. estimated taxes and insurance

83. buildup

84. industrial zoning

85. up leg

86. stool

87. depth of cut

88. jam nut

89. basement

90. Grantee

91. Interest rate risk premium

92. public land

93. back to back plumbing

94. pre-cooling coil

95. modified gross lease

96. roller

97. home mortgage interest deduction

98. reversionary interest

99. closed joint

100. dormer rafter

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Fund Of Funds (FOF)

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A fund of funds is a pooled investment, such as a mutual fund or a hedge fund, whose underlying investments are other funds rather than individual securities. Despite some major differences, what all funds of funds have in common is an emphasis on diversification for its potential to reduce risk without significantly reducing return. They're also designed to simplify the investment process by offering one-stop shopping.Many mutual fund FOFs are asset allocation funds and typically include both stock and bond funds in a particular combination that the FOF manager has chosen to meet a specific objective. A mutual fund FOF may select all of its funds from a single fund family or it may choose funds offered by different investment companies.A hedge fund FOF, which owns stakes in other hedge funds, allows investors to commit substantially less money to gain exposure to this investment category than it would cost to invest in even one fund.A major drawback with all funds of funds is that the fees tend to be higher than you would pay owning the underlying funds directly.

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