General Obligation Bonds

Business / Finance / General Obligation Bonds: A type of obligation that covers all a borrower's mortgageable properties, not just one specific property.

Other Words for General

General Adjective Synonyms: mixed, assorted, miscellaneous, heterogeneous, encyclopedic or encyclopaedic, diversified, extended, broad, comprehensive, inclusive, all-inclusive, non-exclusive, overall, blanket, across the board, sweeping, panoramic, catholic, composite, combined
General Noun Synonyms: common, prevailing, accepted, popular, public, communal, community, widespread, shared, extensive, prevalent, universal, worldwide, global, comprehensive, inclusive, all-inclusive, non-exclusive, overall, unrestricted
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Other Words for Obligation

Obligation Noun Synonyms: responsibility, duty, charge, burden, onus, accountability, liability, trust, demand, requirement, compulsion, devoir
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Industrial Revenue Bonds

Business / Real Estate / Industrial Revenue Bonds: Bonds issued for the development of an industrial park or the construction of a building for lease to commercial tenants. MORE

Industrial Development Bonds

Business / Real Estate / Industrial Development Bonds: A bond that allows private investors to finance apartment and commercial development by using tax-exempt, inexpensive funds. TRA 86 imposed severe restrictions on this financing technique. MORE

I-Bonds

Business / Finance / I-Bonds: Report giving the average yield of all major money market funds. MORE

Government Obligations

Business / Finance / Government Obligations: A wholly owned U.S. government corporation within the Department of Housing & Urban Development. Ginnie Mae guarantees the timely payment of principal and interest on securities issued by approved ser MORE

International Bonds

Business / Finance / International Bonds: A collective term that refers to global bonds, Eurobonds, and foreign bonds. MORE

Investment-Grade Bonds

Business / Finance / Investment-Grade Bonds: A bond that is assigned a rating in the top four categories by commercial credit rating companies. S&P classifies investment-grade bonds as BBB or higher, and Moody's classifies investment grade bonds MORE

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