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executory interest

n. an interest in property (particularly real estate) which will only pass to another in the future, or never, if certain events occur.

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This allows for a larger amount of principal distributed to the subordinate bonds and a faster depletion of credit enhancement than a standard shifting interest structure.
And finally, as some economists point out, the allocation on rural areas is impressive, but it has also been boosted by shifting interest subvention from the finance ministry to the agriculture ministry.
"It was quite interesting to see Jumeirah Lakes Towers outshining Downtown Dubai, depicting a shifting interest of buyers and investors towards affordable localities," the Bayut report continues.
Shifting interest from "Breaking Bad" to its offspring presented the first challenge.
Specialty ingredients and emerging health oriented market coupled shifting interest towards protein consumption are key opportunities for the functional foods market.
Since that time, regulatory changes and shifting interest rate environments have made these products less attractive.
In this regard, banks have adjusted to shifting interest rate dynamics where exceptionally low pickup in the recent T-bill auction (PkR4.7bn vs.
by an Islamic party increasingly shifting interest to regional issues and
"Developers are shifting interest within this sector to more affordable housing, which will receive a major boost when the long delayed mortgage law is passed," he noted.
Developers are shifting interest within this sector to more affordable housing, which will receive a major boost when the long delayed mortgage law is passed.The office market continues to move in favour of tenants who are benefiting from more competitive market conditions in the face of an increasing choice of space and more flexible leasing terms.There are increasing opportunities for sale and leaseback arrangements as owners seek to free up capital currently tied up in real estate.The office and retail sectors of the market have become more competitive and attractive for tenants as significant levels of new supply have entered the market.
''The fact that the BOJ takes action in this phase and without shifting interest rates amounted to a certain surprise for market participants,'' Kumano said.