There are 5 names in this directory beginning with the letter C.
Cash flow is the difference in cash available at the end of a period vs the beginning of the period. If there is more cash at the end than there was at the beginning the cash flow is deemed “positive” and if there is less cash available at the end the cash flow is “negative”. Or, simply put, if income exceeds expenses there is “positive” cash flow and if expenses exceed income over a period of time, there is “negative” cash flow. Positive cash flow is desirable and prolonged negative cash flow can cause financial hardship and should be avoided. Cash flow can only be improved by either increasing income and/or reducing expenses.
This is the final step in executing a mortgage transaction. The closing date is determined as follows:
There are two ways that a mortgage lender can register a mortgage loan with the land title or registry office at your local city:
Construction is far more complex and involves a lot more than renovations on a property. Work on a property is normally deemed to be construction if one or all of the following occurs: 1. The square footage of the home is changed 2. The shape of the home is changed through remodeling 3. The roof is lifted 4. Substantial structural changes Financing for construction work is fundamentally different and more risky than all other mortgage financing and has to be approved by a mortgage lender before the project is started. It is essential that borrowers thoroughly understand all the aspects of construction and construction financing before starting a project.
These are mortgages where the borrower has a down payment equal to or more than 20% of the property’s financed value. These mortgages can be divided into two groups: