What is Rapid type?

Rapid type is a design/build studio based on a grant from Mitsubishi to explore potential design uses and assembly techniques that are specific to using Alpolic. Research in marketing and deployment strategies of prefabricated architecture guided our approach to develop a semi-mobile food service unit as a means to test the limits of Alpolic.

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What percentage of the loans is commercial and what percentage given to individuals? How many lenders are there (risk diversification is inversely proportional to exposure to single borrowers)? How many of the transactions are with related parties ? How much is in local currency and how much in foreign currencies (and in which)? A large exposure to foreign currency lending is not necessarily healthy

You must connect with people before either party decides to work with the other. The court is there to enable the island jurisdiction to function as an independent governing state. Borrowers default on their obligations. The statements will look inflated and even reflect profits where heavy losses were incurred. These are the line of credit...

In an unstable financial environment, knock on effects are more likely

Your typical commercial loan is a 5 10 year balloon which means that that borrower has to refinance every 5 10 years. which are to a large extent bought by governments, banks, and ETFs and immediately put back into concrete caves with thick steel doors, to keep it locked away as a hoard, and not...

Not only is this sort of do it yourself approach helpful to paying down bills over a short term debt consolidation, it can have a long term effect when attempting to manage debt over the course of a lifetime

In the past, when mortgage loans first began to be made available to common Americans without much in the way of down payments, line of credit officers were little more than junior professionals in the larger small business lenders or managers in community savings and advances. That is your choice. Like most of the consolidation...