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hard money

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics (in the US) money given directly to a candidate in an election to assist his or her campaign. Compare soft money
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The value of these bills kept continually sinking, because the real hard money could not be obtained for them.
"Yea," said the Prior, "so thou hast told me ere now, but I know that this knight is so poor that he will gladly sign away his lands for two hundred pounds of hard money.
Hard money cash out refinance loans are the fast and easy option for real estate investors looking to take equity from an existing investment property in order to reinvest the funds elsewhere.
QUETTA -- Commissioner Kalat Division Hafiz Tahir on Monday said quality of development projects under Chief Minister Balochistan package will never be compromised as hard money of the nation is spent on it.
Summary: Getting a hard money loan can be a lengthy and difficult process.
Wilshire Quinn, a Los Angeles hard money lender and San Diego hard money lender, provides financing to borrowers who are unable to obtain credit from traditional lending institutions or need to close quickly on a property.
Dean Lontos, Bay Mountain managing partner explained, "This is a record loan size for us and provides evidence that the niche role of 'Hard Money' lenders remains strong.
SBE is paying $2.25 per share in hard money for the outstanding shares of Morgans, that put an equity value on Morgans of around $82 million.
The accused persons deprived the general public of their hard money and used the ill-gotten money for their personal gains.
Making the Yield: Real Estate Hard Money Lending Uncovered is a guide to building a successful career in hard money lending.
Currently, fix and flip projects are all the rage and many of these groups turn to hard money lenders to back them.
Its portfolio comprises various products such as small business loans, commercial real estate loans, apartment loans, construction loans, factoring receivables, agricultural loans, warehouse financing, international loans, acquisition loans, lines of credit, working capital, equipment leasing and hard money private loans, USIIC explained.