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Encyclopedia > Package loan

A real estate loan used to finance the purchase of both real property and personal property, such as in the purchase of a new home that includes carpeting, window coverings and major appliances.

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Ag Loan insured (1144 words)
A loan made by a private lender may be guaranteed or insured up to 90% of the principal amount loaned to a qualified borrower.
During the loan application and underwriting period, the Division’s staff is available to provide assistance to the private lender in completing the loan package.
As part of the package, the private lender must include a letter requesting the Division’s participation and state reasons why the private lender is unable to solely fund the loan.
Components of an Aid Package (2484 words)
This loan is insured by a state or private agency in conjunction with the federal government.
Interest is charged on the loan from the date that the first disbursement is made, and repayment of principal begins within 60 days of the final disbursement for the academic year.
The NU Loan (formerly called the UPSL) is a flexible financing option that may allow a parent with satisfactory credit history to borrow up to the estimated cost of attendance, minus any other aid the student may be receiving.
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