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down payment

noun as in part payment when buying

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They also have the option to re-up their contract if needed, to take a bit longer to save up for a larger down payment.

Just before the pandemic, the couple almost put a down payment on a brick-and-mortar location for their church but opted not to at the last minute.

The home buyer tax credit he proposed as a candidate would help Americans cover their down payment costs and is likely firmer assurance of government guarantees to mortgages backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Supporters of the pilot program said using these DHHL funds for down payment assistance was a faster and more efficient way to help waitlisters than developing homestead lots, which take years to build and require costly infrastructure.

That was supposed to be a down payment propelling the legislation he hoped to pass later, which would have sent a market signal, but it failed.

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She also insists she was not “financially involved” with the down payment or mortgage payments on the property.

Lo and behold, when the borrowers went to closing, they needed a second loan in order to make the down payment.

Thus, the most important risk factor at the time the loan is made is the size of the down payment.

And they got a $58,667 down payment for a lavish rental home in Santa Barbara.

But he said it does make “a serious down payment” on deficit reduction.

We made a down payment and set a date for our first lesson, but due to what was to happen to us, we never made it back again.

I assume that Dunmore gave it to Rivers as a sort of down payment on Rivers's silence, and to get rid of it.

She would have $10,000 left to buy him—to make the down payment on, at least—Beck's Hardware Store.

Your equity in your Center co-op can serve as down payment, easy three-generation terms, issue insurance.

How much of a down payment did you make on the sewing machine?


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to down payment, such as: deposit, binder, earnest, earnest money, front money, and security.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.