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refi

(ˈriːˌfaɪ)
n, pl refis
(Banking & Finance) informal a refinancing of a debt
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"I think the biggest news is the continued increase in percentage of online refi requests that turn into subsequent originations, as compared to the MBA estimate of total refi's for Q1.
Hummel encourages seniors who are interested in remodeling with a cash-out refi to contact a reputable lender in their community to discuss their current options.
Last year they included legislation, the Commercial Real Estate and Economic Development Act, to reinstate the 504 Refi program in the end-of-year spending bill.
By the fourth quarter, refis are forecast to total just $117 billion.
Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC) has said that it was expecting a cut in the refi rate or refinancing rate in Europe.
In a statement, the central bank said that it has maintained the refi rate at eight per cent.
More to the point on refinancings, since we're already well into a refi boomlet, with lenders reporting anywhere from 70 percent to 85 percent of new mortgage volume going to refinancings, how much more of a market share can the Fed expect?
Day by day, it refi nes texture, evens out skin tone, gives a fi rm appearance and restores luminosity, so that skin looks more radiant.
The ECB had calculated that a 'benchmark' allocation at the refi would have been EUR4.0 billion.
Despite some positive economic signals from European market hours where successful auction of Spanish bond and less than expected demand for new fund from ECB by European banks at 6-day refi auction infused some confidence in the market.
The breakfast room kitchen has been refi ted with a range of wal and base level units with work surface over and circular stainless steel sink.