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1. substandard

2. Agency Disclosure

3. transactional broker

4. assessable insurance

5. magic wrap

6. graduated payment mortgage

7. estimated property taxes

8. currently insured status

9. multi-dwelling units

10. mortgage putback

11. Code of Ethics

12. split fee financing

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14. Office of Equal Opportunity (EEO)

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16. name, reservation of

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19. Notice of Default

20. collateralized debt obligation squared (CDO-squared)

21. exposure units

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23. gap in title

24. quasi

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26. public auction

27. subordination

28. high credit

29. legal name

30. parapet

31. common area maintenance (CAM)

32. covenant against encumbrances

33. set aside letter

34. interest rate on debt

35. one-third rule

36. deed restrictions

37. zoning ordinance

38. PITI Reserves

39. off record title defect

40. Society of Real Estate Appraisers (SREA)

41. legal assets

42. commercial forms

43. stabilized occupancy

44. financial leverage

45. Certificate of Eligibility

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47. emblement

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50. effective gross rent (EGR)

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52. back-to-back letters of credit

53. subordination agreement

54. bottomry

55. second lien debt

56. Chapter 11

57. excess line broker

58. tight money market

59. tenant contributions

60. capacity of parties

61. Builder-financed construction

62. boiler plate

63. affirmation

64. direct written premium

65. base rent

66. home equity

67. farm assets

68. COFI

69. water rights

70. inverse floating rate note

71. Discretionary ARM

72. Life of Loan Cap

73. exclusive agency listing

74. environmental audit

75. limited power of attorney

76. recorder

77. explosion insurance

78. unconscionability

79. buyer's expenses

80. monument

81. under construction

82. wipeout

83. branch office

84. solar easement

85. current value

86. value

87. opportunistic

88. flip

89. negotiable instrument

90. topography

91. sub agreement of sale

92. Qualification

93. Secondary Mortgage Market Enhancement Act (SMMEA)

94. lease expiration exposure schedule

95. pedestrian traffic count

96. two- to four-family property

97. class rate

98. equity participation loan

99. Indexed ARM

100. bargain and sale deed

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Stable Value Fund

Categories: Mutual Funds, Retirement and Pension,

1. An investment option typically offered in retirement plans by employers or IRAs that are composed of guaranteed investment contracts, fixed-income funds, or capital-preservation funds. This is a popular investment vehicle for individuals nearing retirement because of stable interest and principle payments on these contracts. The returns from a stable value fund are secure, but can be small compared to other investments. A stable value fund should not be the only investment vehicle in the portfolio of an individual who has a long time until retirement. 2. A type of mutual fund that is regulated by the Department of Labor instead of the securities and exchange commission, which typically oversees mutual funds. Stable value funds are similar to bond funds, but they have insurance against principal losses. Money invested in stable value fund is combined with other cash infusion and used to purchase secure contracts from banks or insurance companies. These contracts include a guaranteed regular rate of return over the course of the contract.

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