CRE


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CRE

(formerly, in Britain) abbreviation for
(Social Welfare) Commission for Racial Equality
Translations

CRE

n (Brit) abbr of Commission for Racial EqualityKommission ffür Rassengleichheit
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It has taken a number of approaches from agencies, including the NCUA, to quell the CRE tide.
Village crE ches or 'Anganwadis' are community-based centers that cater to the basic health needs with trained health workers, who make weekly visits for vaccination drives and regular health check-ups.
"Despite weak CRE fundamentals and increasing levels of delinquencies and defaults, 90 per cent of CMBS loans are still performing," said DebtX CEO Kingsley Greenland.
The licensed properties form part of a nationwide instruction for Colliers CRE to dispose of 36 managed public houses for Punch that can be sold either individually or as a whole package with a cumulative guide price exceeding pounds 36m.
The latter has become a problem as CRE property values have fallen roughly 35 percent overall from their peak in mid-2007.
Turning to CRE, Lockhart said falling property values and the difficulty that declining values cause real estate borrowers in repaying loans could be a problem for smaller banks.
David Smeeton, head of Colliers CRE's Birmingham office, said: "Our new office space within Eleven Brindleyplace has brought the entire Birmingham team together on one floorplate which is great for both morale and productivity.
According to CRE, the standard version of Gensys 2.0 allows a power plant to be up and running in parallel in less than 10 seconds.
12 June 2019 - Los Angeles, US-based commercial real estate firm Prosperity CRE has acquired 80-unit Colony Court Apartments located in Kansas City, Missouri, the company said.
The financing was provided to different CRE sectors including multifamily housing properties, commercial office buildings, industrial warehouses, shopping centers and cooperative apartments.