According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the median
annual wages of physical therapists were $72,790 in May 2008. The
middle 50 percent earned between $60,300 and $85,540. The lowest 10
percent earned less than $50,350, and the highest 10 percent earned
more than $104,350.

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What is a gross lease

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A property lease in which tenants just pay rent. Landlord agrees
to pay all expenses normally associated with ownership, such as
taxes, insurance, & maintenance.

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How much time for 365 days

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Very approximately, 365 days!

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What is apr mean

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Annual Percentage Rate. Refers to the Interest rate paid on a
car loan.

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Net worth of suge knight

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He owes MILLIONS

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If selling price is S and product price is P then what will be the profit

Definition1/20

Selling price is somethng on which the profit depends so its

Selling price - Product price = profit

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Difference between net worth and working capital

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Working Capital is the difference between Current Assets and
Current Liabilities.Net Worth is Total Assets -Total
Liabilities

current asset-current Liability=Working Capital

working Capital Plus+Fixed Asset-LongTerm Liabilities = Net
Worth

in another word:

(Current Asset+Fixed Asset)-(current Liability+Long Term
Liability)= Net Worth

Now you got it ?

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Which of these is the best description of a mill levy

Definition1/20

An example of a mill levy would be that it represents the tax
dollars for each $1,000 of the value of a property.

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What is a foreclosure property

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Foreclosure is a specific legal process in
which a lender attempts to recover the balance of a loan from a
borrower who has stopped making payments to the lender by forcing
the sale of the asset used as the collateral for the loan. The
foreclosure process as applied to residential mortgage loans is a
bank or other secured creditor selling or repossessing a parcel of
real property

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What are the chief legal rights accorded to an owner of real property

Definition1/20

Chief legal rights accorded an owner of real property are
possession, use, and power of disposition.

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The ability to repay a loan or make payments on a debt out of current income is

Definition1/20

Subscribers

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How much would a buyer finance on her new car if she paid 20 percent down on a car costing 14564 dollars

Definition1/20

The amount financed is the amount remaining afterthe payment of the down payment.

Here, you can either calculate the down payment and subtract form the total price, or simply multiply the total by the remaining percentage (80%).

The down payment is therefore (14564 x .20) = $ 2912.80

Which leaves the remainder (14564 x .80) of $ 11651.20

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What happens to the mortgage loan when bought on a tax deed sale who is responsible or will the bank put a lien on the property

Definition1/20

A mortgage IS a lien on the property. The bank already has an
interest in the property that was perfected as soon as the mortgage
was recorded in the land records. If you purchase property that is
subject to a mortgage, the mortgage must be paid or the bank will
take possession of the property by foreclosure.

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What is yearly rate of inerest on a charge card

Definition1/20

Annual Percentage Rate (APR)

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What determine the amount for a title loan

Definition1/20

Title loans are worse than payday loans. If you miss a payment,
they take your car. The interest rates on these loans are generally
very high, making it quite difficult to pay back on time. You run a
great risk of losing your car. The amount of money they give you
for the loan is a mere fraction of what the car is actually worth.
It's a win win situation for the lender. I don't like payday loans
at all, but I would even say that they are better than losing your
car.

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What makes a loan a secured loan

Definition1/20

A secured loan is a loan in which the borrower pledges some
asset (e.g. a car or property) as collateral for the loan, which
then becomes a secured debt owed to the creditor who gives the
loan.

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Where can one receive a real estate appraisal education

Definition1/20

AI or the Appraisal Institute is a certified educator
specializing in real estate appraisal courses. There are several
state licensing courses available. Once you have received
certification, you can become a real estate appraiser trainee.

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What is a typical rate for a Fixed Home Equity loan

Definition1/20

Home Equity Loans is where an individual uses the value of their
home as collateral. The typical rate of a fixed home equity term is
around 5.17%, though this may vary.

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In the formula for calculating interest the principal is multiplied by the rate and then multiplied by the

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time

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Adjustable Rate Mortgage Calculator

Adjustable rate mortgages can provide attractive interest rates,
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How much do physical therapists make

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the median
annual wages of physical therapists were $72,790 in May 2008. The
middle 50 percent earned between $60,300 and $85,540. The lowest 10
percent earned less than $50,350, and the highest 10 percent earned
more than $104,350.

What is a gross lease

A property lease in which tenants just pay rent. Landlord agrees
to pay all expenses normally associated with ownership, such as
taxes, insurance, & maintenance.

How much time for 365 days

Very approximately, 365 days!

What is apr mean

Annual Percentage Rate. Refers to the Interest rate paid on a
car loan.

Net worth of suge knight

He owes MILLIONS

If selling price is S and product price is P then what will be the profit

Selling price is somethng on which the profit depends so its

Selling price - Product price = profit

Difference between net worth and working capital

Working Capital is the difference between Current Assets and
Current Liabilities.Net Worth is Total Assets -Total
Liabilities

current asset-current Liability=Working Capital

working Capital Plus+Fixed Asset-LongTerm Liabilities = Net
Worth

in another word:

(Current Asset+Fixed Asset)-(current Liability+Long Term
Liability)= Net Worth

Now you got it ?

Which of these is the best description of a mill levy

An example of a mill levy would be that it represents the tax
dollars for each $1,000 of the value of a property.

What is a foreclosure property

Foreclosure is a specific legal process in
which a lender attempts to recover the balance of a loan from a
borrower who has stopped making payments to the lender by forcing
the sale of the asset used as the collateral for the loan. The
foreclosure process as applied to residential mortgage loans is a
bank or other secured creditor selling or repossessing a parcel of
real property

What are the chief legal rights accorded to an owner of real property

Chief legal rights accorded an owner of real property are
possession, use, and power of disposition.

The ability to repay a loan or make payments on a debt out of current income is

Subscribers

How much would a buyer finance on her new car if she paid 20 percent down on a car costing 14564 dollars

The amount financed is the amount remaining afterthe payment of the down payment.

Here, you can either calculate the down payment and subtract form the total price, or simply multiply the total by the remaining percentage (80%).

The down payment is therefore (14564 x .20) = $ 2912.80

Which leaves the remainder (14564 x .80) of $ 11651.20

What happens to the mortgage loan when bought on a tax deed sale who is responsible or will the bank put a lien on the property

A mortgage IS a lien on the property. The bank already has an
interest in the property that was perfected as soon as the mortgage
was recorded in the land records. If you purchase property that is
subject to a mortgage, the mortgage must be paid or the bank will
take possession of the property by foreclosure.

What is yearly rate of inerest on a charge card

Annual Percentage Rate (APR)

What determine the amount for a title loan

Title loans are worse than payday loans. If you miss a payment,
they take your car. The interest rates on these loans are generally
very high, making it quite difficult to pay back on time. You run a
great risk of losing your car. The amount of money they give you
for the loan is a mere fraction of what the car is actually worth.
It's a win win situation for the lender. I don't like payday loans
at all, but I would even say that they are better than losing your
car.

What makes a loan a secured loan

A secured loan is a loan in which the borrower pledges some
asset (e.g. a car or property) as collateral for the loan, which
then becomes a secured debt owed to the creditor who gives the
loan.

Where can one receive a real estate appraisal education

AI or the Appraisal Institute is a certified educator
specializing in real estate appraisal courses. There are several
state licensing courses available. Once you have received
certification, you can become a real estate appraiser trainee.

What is a typical rate for a Fixed Home Equity loan

Home Equity Loans is where an individual uses the value of their
home as collateral. The typical rate of a fixed home equity term is
around 5.17%, though this may vary.

In the formula for calculating interest the principal is multiplied by the rate and then multiplied by the

time

Adjustable Rate Mortgage Calculator

Adjustable Rate Mortgage Calculator

Adjustable rate mortgages can provide attractive interest rates,
but your payment is not fixed. This calculator helps you to
determine what your adjustable mortgage payments may be.