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time loan

n.
A loan to be paid within or by a specified time.

time loan

n
(Banking & Finance) a loan repayable before or at a specified future date. Compare call loan

time′ loan`


n.
a loan repayable by a specified date. Compare call loan.
[1905–10]
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Noun1.time loan - a loan that is payable on or before a specified date
loan - the temporary provision of money (usually at interest)
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First time loan applications were opened from June 1 and will be closed on August 30.To date 23,200 applicants have applied and printed the forms and out of the 23,200 printed forms, 2,345 have been submitted for processing, Mr Ringera said.Out of the 615,773 candidates who sat for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) last year, only 70,000 made the cut-off grade of C plus to join university.
Delhi, May 5 -- Home Credit India, India's leading NBFC and market leader in the small ticket size loan category* providing fast and easy loans mostly to first time loan takers in the country has become the proud recipient of the prestigious TransUnion CIBIL "Consumer Bureau Data Quality Award 2016 under "Member with the maximum improvement in data quality score during 2016" in the NBFC segment.
First time loan takers, as well as already leveraged borrowers, are, in particular, scrutinised very carefully.
The bonanza of sops include hike in the old age allowance and pension for widows and physically challenged to ` 1,000 per month, one- time loan settlement scheme for farmers and enactment of a new legislation for hawkers operating makeshift- stalls.
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At the same time loan losses nearly halved and were also a positive surprise for the market -- they landed at SEK157m, versus the expected SEK220m.
As bank lending volume drops, the percentage of time loan officers are spending sifting through incompatible deals rises, driving up the cost of origination.
"Most of the time loan moves are the best thing we can do because you don't want to be sat around.
The last time loan rates were this high was in 2001, when a comparable deal averaged 12.5%, but the base rate was 12 times higher at 6%.
Although at this time loan portfolios remain sound overall, indications of departures from proven sound lending practices--in particular, overreliance on optimistic views of the borrowers' prospects and favorable economic and financial conditions--have been a recurring theme emerging from recent supervisory reviews of bank credit quality.
Incomplete documentation is the leading cause of loan request rejection; It completes much of the financial analysis usually done by the loan officer; It educates borrowers on the entire financing process through an on-line knowledgebase, the Mortgage Advisor, thereby reducing the time loan officers spend with less sophisticated borrowers and with borrowers for difficult property types.