Definitions for "Term Loan"
Loan for a specified time period.
A loan you obtain for a specified length of time (the term is usually not greater than the useful life of the asset being financed) to purchase fixed assets like machinery, equipment and buildings, or to renovate premises.
a bank loan for a specific period of time, usually up to ten years in leveraged buyout structures.
A contract under which the borrower agrees to make a series of interest and principle payments on specific dates to the lender.
A one time borrowing option in which a lender gives money to a borrower, and the borrower agrees to repay the money with interest through monthly payments.
unearned interest usury
a credit facility used to purchase immovable properties such as factories, shop houses and buildings for business operations
Balance Sheet account. A long term liability (payable after twelve months from the Balance Sheet date) payable to a class of creditors whose rights are senior to the providers of Subordinated Debt.
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a contractual agreement between the bank and the borrower for an advance over a period of time
Keywords:  straight, note, see
See Straight Note.
Keywords:  mortgage
Term Mortgage