Tag: investing

Who are the lenders in an LBO

by definition every LBO transaction uses a high amount of leverage typically at least 70 to 75 percent of the acquisition price is financed with debt so undoubtedly lenders are an important stakeholder and we need to be familiar with their role all transactions that involve a high amount of leverage organized debt into several […]

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Debt Repayment & Interest

On July 11th, the Bank of Canada raised the interest rate by a quarter of a percent. You may be wondering, “What does that have to do with me?” Well, if you have any debt, you’ll want to listen, because paying off your debt quickly is more important now than before. I outlined some tips […]

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The Seller Told Me Their Lender Forbids Rent To Own

Hey, its Joe. I’ve got another one. This one is from Denise McKune. Denise says, “What do you say when the seller says their mortgage contract forbids rent to own or the bank requires that the owner occupies the home?” There’s different kinds of loans that you can go out there and get. One is […]

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The $3.7 Trillion Corporate Debt Question | WSJ

– This chart looks at investment-grade corporate debt or debt that ratings firms consider pretty safe. There’s a lot of it out there right now. Over the past decade, companies borrowed more and more as interest rates hovered near zero. Now, analysts are concerned. That’s because about half of that debt or $3.7 trillion is […]

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What Ugly Trends Do You Want To See Go Away Next Year? #479

Hey, everybody, it’s Aaron Norris with the Norris Group. It’s Wednesday because it’s Thanksgiving tomorrow, so we’re gonna be closed. But when it comes to predictions for 2020, what are the things that you would like to never see again? That and much more as we cover the biggest headlines in real estate. Up on […]

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