Definitions for "Warehousing"
Borrowing of funds by a mortgage banker using a mortgage note as collateral until the note is sold to a permanent investor in the secondary mortgage market.
Temporary retention of loans pending sale to investors.
The practice, mostly by mortgage companies, of pledging mortgage notes to a commercial bank for cash to fund originated mortgage loans. A line of credit.
The act of placing goods in a warehouse, or in a customhouse store.
storing goods in warehouses; in finance, using other people to buy shares prior to a takeover bid.
the performance of those physical and administrative functions incidental to and required in the conduct of the storage activity, i.e. receipt, sorting, identification, inspection, preservation, putting away, safekeeping, retrieval for issue and preparation for shipment of materiel.
The practice of holding an application for the sale of a life insurance policy, usually with underlying cleansheeting issues, until the policy clears the contestability period.
The illegal sale of corporate security with a provision for its repurchase by the seller at some future date and at a prearranged price.
Keywords:  kilo, kilograms, ton, metric, cubic
The storage of cargo. weights and measures -- . One cubic meter is equal to 35.31 cubic feet. One long ton, or gross ton, is equal to 2,240 pounds or 1,016.05 kilograms. . One measurement ton is equal to 40 cubic feet or one cubic meter. . One metric ton, or kilo ton, is equal to 2,204.62 pounds or 1,000 kilograms. One short ton, or net ton, is equal to 2,000 pounds or 907.18 kilograms
Keywords:  depositing
depositing in a warehouse