TEESSIDE comic Patrick Monahan has promised a piggyback
for any stragglers in the SABIC Tees Pride 10k or 3k fun run.
There were no piggybacks
that night, nor were there any when he later appeared at high school events in St.
contracting means joining an existing contract already issued by another government agency -- "piggybacking" on a citywide contract for computers, for example, instead of signing a separate computer contract.
counties in population and mortgage market size have huge portions of home loans as piggybacks
, some by as much as 62%.
with combined loan-to-value (LTV) ratios of 95 percent or more accounted for 60 percent of all piggybacks
, compared with just 48 percent in 2004.
The state adopted a law in 2002 banning smoking around tot playgrounds in public parks, and Santa Clarita's more restrictive ordinance piggybacks
on that law.
Today, many borrowers with strong credit profiles are choosing piggybacks
because of the lower monthly mortgage payments and enhanced tax deductibility.
are particularly popular in high-cost areas such as California, where prices have outstripped incomes and borrowers are increasingly stretching to purchase properties.
But now he's proposing a plan to beef up security at LAX that piggybacks
on the LAX expansion master plan.