Real Estate Terms

  1. Exoneration

  2. Exotic Mortgage

  3. Extender Clause

  4. Extension Risk

  5. Fallout Risk

  6. Fannie Mae - Federal National Mortgage Association - FNMA

  7. Farmer Mac - Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation - FAMC

  8. Federal Home Loan Bank Act

  9. Federal Home Loan Bank System - FHLB

  10. Federal Housing Administration - FHA

  11. Federal Housing Finance Agency - FHFA

  12. Federal Subsidy Recapture

  13. FHA 203(k) Loan

  14. FHA Loan

  15. Finance Charge

  16. Financial Management Rate Of Return - FMRR

  17. Financial Obligation Ratio - FOR

  18. Financial Stability Plan (FSP)

  19. Financing Statement

  20. Finite-Life REIT - FREIT

  21. First Mortgage

  22. First-Time Home Buyer

  23. First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit

  24. Fixed Charge

  25. Fixed Debenture

  26. Fixed Interest Rate

  27. Fixed Price Purchase Option

  28. Fixed-Period ARM

  29. Fixed-Rate Mortgage

  30. Flexible Payment ARM

  31. Flipper

  32. Flipping

  33. Floating Charge

  34. Floor Area Ratio - FAR

  35. Floor Loan

  36. For Sale By Owner - FSBO

  37. Foreclosure - FCL

  38. Foreclosure Action

  39. Foreclosure Buyout

  40. Foreclosure Crisis

  41. Foreclosure Filing

  42. Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2008

  43. Form 2439: Notice to Shareholder of Undistributed Long-Term Capital Gains

  44. Form 4952: Investment Interest Expense Deduction

  45. Form 5405: First-Time Homebuyer Credit And Repayment Of The Credit

  46. Form 8396: Mortgage Interest Credit

  47. Fractional Ownership

  48. Fraternal Organization

  49. Freddie Mac - Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp - FHLMC

  50. Free and Clear

  51. Front-End Debt-to-Income Ratio - DTI

  52. Front-End Ratio

  53. Full Recourse Debt

  54. Fully Indexed Interest Rate

  55. Funds Available For Distribution - FAD

  56. Funds From Operations - FFO

  57. Funds From Operations Per Share - FFOPS

  58. Future Advance

  59. Garbage Fees

  60. Gazump

  61. Gazunder

  62. Ghetto

  63. Ginnie Mae - Government National Mortgage Association - GNMA

  64. Good Faith Estimate

  65. Graduated Lease

  66. Graduated Payment Mortgage

  67. Graduation Period

  68. Graduation Rate

  69. Gross Acres

  70. Gross Debt Service Ratio - GDS

  71. Gross Income Multiplier

  72. Gross Lease

  73. Ground Lease

  74. Ground Rent Arrangement

  75. Growing-Equity Mortgage

  76. Guaranteed Mortgage Certificate - GMC

  77. Habendum Clause

  78. Half-Life

  79. Hard Money Loan

  80. Heatmap

  81. High Ratio Loan

  82. Holdover Tenant

  83. Home Affordable Modification Program - HAMP

  84. Home Buyers' Plan - HBP

  85. Home Debtor

  86. Home Equity

  87. Home Equity Conversion Mortgage - HECM

  88. Home Equity Line Of Credit - HELOC

  89. Home Lien

  90. Home Mortgage

  91. Home Mortgage Disclosure Act - HMDA

  92. Home Office

  93. Home Office Expense

  94. Home-Equity Loan

  95. Homeowner Affordability And Stability Plan - HASP

  96. Homeowner's Association - HOA

  97. Homeowners Association Fee - HOA Fee

  98. Homeowners Protection Act

  99. Hope For Homeowners

  100. Hope Now Alliance

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