There are 10 names in this directory beginning with the letter B.
Balloon mortgage loans are short-term fixed-rate loans with fixed monthly payments for a set number of years followed by one large final balloon payment (“the balloon”) for all of the remainder of the principal. Typically, the balloon payment may be due at the end of 5, 7, or 10 years. Borrowers with balloon loans may have the right to refinance the loan when the balloon payment is due, but the right to refinance is not guaranteed.
A proceeding in a federal court to relieve certain debts of a person or a business unable to pay its debts.
In individual who applies for and receives funds in the form of a loan and is obligated to repay the loan in full under the terms of the loan.
An individual who brings buyers and sellers together and assists in negotiating contracts for a client.