someone who lends money or gives credit in business matters
A loan is a type of debt. Like all debt instruments, a loan entails the redistribution of financial assets over time, between the and the .
("Lenders") shall mean PFC and REC who have agreed to extend the Rupee Term
(Lenders) A user group containing individuals who loan their money to other entities, especially to companies.
Lenders can include major banks, non-bank financial institutions, credit unions, trust companies and more.
The bank, mortgage company, or mortgage broker offering the loan.
A person who lends money for temporary use on condition of repayment with interest (i.e., the bank, mortgage company, etc.).
The person or entity who loans funds to a buyer. In return, the lender will receive periodic payments, including principal and interest amounts.
A term which can refer to the institution making the loan or to the individual representing the firm. For example, loan officers are often referred to as "lenders."
Any person or entity advancing funds which are to be repaid. A general term encompassing all mortgagees, and beneficiaries under deeds of trust.
Any licensed person or entity advancing funds that are to be repaid. Also known as a mortgagee.
One who parts with something of value for specific compensation and for a stated or open duration of time.
He from whom a thing or money is borrowed.
The bank, mortgage broker, or financial institution providing the loan funds to a borrower.
A bank, credit union, savings & loan association, or other financial institution that provides funds to the student or parent for an educational loan. ...
A person or business from whom one borrows or to whom one owes money. Also referred to as a creditor.
The name of the foreclosing lender that provided a loan.
The party who loans money and who is the beneficiary of the deed of trust.
A private, public or institutional entity which makes funds available to others to borrow.
The Bank or Building Society who lend money to property owners, sometimes also known as the Mortgagee
Someone who loan money to another person who is generally called a borrower.
Any individual or company which provides money to third parties in return for periodic payments of interest and principal over time.
A person or company that offers to lend money to a borrower for a given period of time. The borrower is obliged to repay the loan either by instalments or single payment together with specified interest.
An institution that makes loans to borrowers on real estate.
The bank/building society where you have your mortgage.