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jumbo

[′jəm·bō]
(mechanical engineering)

jumbo

A traveling support for concrete forms.
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In the first three months of 2014, 37 percent of the money Bank of America lent for mortgages went to jumbos, up from 22 percent last year.
Bankers now view jumbo borrowers as safer and shrewder bets even though conventional borrowers put less capital at risk.
Sims said that back in 2007, jumbo loans or loan packages exceeding $417,000 accounted for just over 5 percent of First Security Bancorp's business--jumbos of about $10 million in Arkansas.
AS THE MARKET FOR MORTGAGE-backed securities has dried up, so has that for jumbo loans, and that has siphoned dollars from Arkansas mortgage lenders' bottom lines.
One interesting indicator of mortgage market conditions is the interest rate spread on jumbo mortgages.
The Transport Ministry on Friday ordered Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA) to inspect their Boeing jumbo jet fleets after cracks were found on the wing of a JAL jumbo.
For example, if he bought a home costing $227,150 with a jumbo loan carrying 2 points and the 6.
Everything's negotiable when it comes to jumbos and other mortgage products popular among high-net-worth people, says one veteran private banker based in New York.
Paul Havemann, vice president at the mortgage information publishers HSH Associates, Butler, New Jersey, states, "Super jumbos are simply hard to track.
The new Superdrilling jumbos have new carriers, new booms, and new feeds.
The introduction of jumbos has gone hand-in-hand with a move to full-face drilling of the shaft bottom, rather than benching techniques.
0, novice and experienced pilots can takeoff and land their choice of 26 different jumbos.