crédit foncier

   crédito inmobiliario

Michel Bénaben. 2014.

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  • Crédit Foncier — de France Logo de Crédit Foncier Création 28 mars 1852 Forme juridique …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Credit Foncier — is the name of Crédit Foncier de France, a mortgage bank in France. Credit Foncier of America, a defunct real estate company in the U.S. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an …   Wikipedia

  • Crédit foncier — (franz., spr. kredĭ fongßjĕ), Bodenkredit, Hypothekenkredit, auch die Anstalt zur Gewährung von solchem, also »Hypothekenbank«; schlechtweg die große französische Hypothekenbank, C. s. de France. S. Banken, S. 341 u. 348 …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Crédit foncier — (frz., spr. kredih fongßĭeh), Bodenkredit, Bodenkreditbank (s. Banken) …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • crédit foncier —   n. landed credit ; loan on mortgage, repaid in annual instalments.    ♦ crédit    ♦ mobilier, loan on personal property; banking company for such and other loans …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • CRÉDIT FONCIER —    a system of credit originating in France on the security of land, whereby the loan is repayable so that principal and interest are extinguished at the same time …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • credit foncier — /krɛdət ˈfɒnsiə/ (say kreduht fonseeuh) noun a method of repayment of a long term housing loan which is repaid by equal monthly instalments comprising principal and interest …   Australian English dictionary

  • credit foncier — /kreydiy fonsyey/ A company or corporation formed for the purpose of carrying out improvements, by means of loans and advances on real estate security …   Black's law dictionary

  • credit foncier — An associatio which is engaged in lending money on real estate security …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Credit foncier de France — Crédit foncier de France Logo de Crédit Foncier Création 28 mars 1852 Forme juridique …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Crédit Foncier de France — is a national mortgage bank of France. A subsidiary of the Groupe Caisse d Epargne, its headquarters is located in Charenton, 100 metres outside the Paris city limits. History The Crédit Foncier (English: landed credit) initially made loans to… …   Wikipedia

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