Good Faith Deposit

Business / Taxes / Good Faith Deposit: A good faith deposit is a sum of money provided by a buyer to a seller, which demonstrates the buyer’s intention to purchase. For instance, if you’ve decided on a home you want to buy, you generally make a good faith deposit to support your bid. A good faith deposit, also called a binder or earnest money, is usually a fixed amount that’s standard in the community where you’re buying. It's different from a down payment. That’s a larger cash payment, figured as a percentage of the purchase price, which you make when you sign the contract to purchase the property. If you and the seller can’t agree on the terms of the sale, you generally get your good faith deposit back.

Other Words for Deposit

Deposit Adjective Synonyms: place, leave, set or put or lay (down), drop, plunk down
Deposit Noun Synonyms: precipitate, sediment, silt, alluvium, dregs, lees, accumulation, deposition
Deposit Verb Synonyms: entrust, leave, lodge, consign, keep, place, put, store, save, set aside, bank, lay or put away, pay in, stash away
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Other Words for Faith

Faith Noun Synonyms: belief, religion, creed, persuasion, dogma, teaching, doctrine, denomination, sect
Faith Adverb Synonyms: belief, credence, confidence, conviction, trust, certainty, certitude, assurance, assuredness, sureness, reliance, dependence
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Other Words for Good

Good Adjective Synonyms: agreeable, satisfactory, commendable, acceptable, fair, adequate, admissible, tolerable, all right, passable, okay or OK
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Good Will

Business / Taxes / Good Will: When the term good will is used in connection with evaluating a company, it covers the intangible value of its reputation, its satisfied clients, and its productive work force. Those factors are all c MORE

Good Try

Entertainment / Bowling / Good Try: Good shot on the key pin or the target wood. MORE

Good Til Cancelled Order (GTC)

Business / Finance / Good Til Cancelled Order (GTC): Used in the context of general equities. Market or limited price order that remains viable for a stated period of time unless cancelled, executed, or changed, after which such order or the portion the MORE

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