Real Estate Terms

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  1. Encumbrance

  2. End Loan

  3. Endowment Loan

  4. Energy Improvement Mortgage

  5. Equated Monthly Installment - EMI

  6. Equity

  7. Equity Takeout

  8. Escrow Agent

  9. Eviction

  10. Exclusive Listing

  11. Existing Home Sales

  12. Exoneration

  13. Exotic Mortgage

  14. Extender Clause

  15. Extension Risk

  16. Fair Housing Act

  17. Fallout Risk

  18. Fannie Mae - Federal National Mortgage Association - FNMA

  19. Farmer Mac - Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation - FAMC

  20. Federal Home Loan Bank Act

  21. Federal Home Loan Bank System - FHLB

  22. Federal Housing Administration - FHA

  23. Federal Housing Finance Agency - FHFA

  24. Federal Subsidy Recapture

  25. FHA 203(k) Loan

  26. FHA Loan

  27. FHA Streamline Refinance

  28. Finance Charge

  29. Financial Management Rate Of Return - FMRR

  30. Financial Obligation Ratio - FOR

  31. Financial Stability Plan (FSP)

  32. Financing Statement

  33. Finite-Life REIT - FREIT

  34. First-Time Home Buyer

  35. First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit

  36. First Mortgage

  37. Fixed-Period ARM

  38. Fixed-Rate Mortgage

  39. Fixed Charge

  40. Fixed Debenture

  41. Fixed Interest Rate

  42. Fixed Price Purchase Option

  43. Flexible Payment ARM

  44. Flipper

  45. Flipping

  46. Floating Charge

  47. Floor Area Ratio - FAR

  48. Floor Loan

  49. Forbearance

  50. Foreclosure - FCL

  51. Foreclosure Action

  52. Foreclosure Buyout

  53. Foreclosure Crisis

  54. Foreclosure Filing

  55. Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2008

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

  57. Form 4952: Investment Interest Expense Deduction

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

  59. Form 8396: Mortgage Interest Credit

  60. For Sale By Owner - FSBO

  61. Fractional Ownership

  62. Fraternal Organization

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

  64. Free and Clear

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

  66. Front-End Ratio

  67. Full Recourse Debt

  68. Fully Indexed Interest Rate

  69. Funds Available For Distribution - FAD

  70. Funds From Operations - FFO

  71. Funds From Operations Per Share - FFOPS

  72. Future Advance

  73. Garbage Fees

  74. Gazump

  75. Gazunder

  76. Gentrification

  77. Ghetto

  78. Ginnie Mae - Government National Mortgage Association - GNMA

  79. Good Faith Estimate

  80. Graduated Lease

  81. Graduated Payment Mortgage

  82. Graduation Period

  83. Graduation Rate

  84. Gross Acres

  85. Gross Debt Service Ratio - GDS

  86. Gross Income Multiplier

  87. Gross Lease

  88. Ground Lease

  89. Ground Rent Arrangement

  90. Growing-Equity Mortgage

  91. Guaranteed Mortgage Certificate - GMC

  92. Habendum Clause

  93. Half-Life

  94. Hard Money Loan

  95. Heatmap

  96. High Ratio Loan

  97. Holdover Tenant

  98. Home (legal definition)

  99. Home-Equity Loan

  100. Home Affordable Modification Program - HAMP

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