LTV


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LTV

abbreviation for
(Banking & Finance) loan-to-value
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The attractively priced Economy Line of LTV is supplemented with new camera and recorder models at 4 and 5 megapixel resolution, including LTV CNE-640 58, an outdoor bullet camera with a maximum resolution of ltv-cne-640-5826881520 pixels.
880 million was allocated for POL for LTV, HTV, Motorcycles and Ambulances, he informed.
Available immediately, key changes to the buy-to-let product range include two-year fixed rate at 75% LTV at 2.
5 to 15% and 20% of new lending respectively and limiting buy-to-let lending with LTV greater than 70% to 10% of new lending.
LTV caught Cyprus by storm and, by virtue of competition, elevated television content to heights never before imagined by any of the traditional open channels.
If UAE nationals seek loans for a second home or investment property, the LTV must not exceed 65 per cent of the value of the property.
In 1994, almost all of Freddie's loans had an LTV of 90 percent or less, with a small percentage having LTVs of 91-95 percent.
The LTV leverages their expertise with smooth, virtually friction free electromagnetic operation.
The financing was structured as a five-year term loan, with 25-year amortization, 78% LTV and a 1.
With a thrice-daily newcast, LTV is out covering city hall, high school sports, community features and breaking news with a staff of 12, including reporters, videographers, production staff and sales representatives working out of a former modelling studio near the downtown.
The Acme mill will join the group of former LTV assets in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois purchased by ISG four months ago.
The Cleveland, Ohio-based LTV, the fourth largest U.