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adjective Indurated; firm.
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Of course, competition continues to be fierce in the hard money arena.
Riverdale Funding is a private hard money lender that specializes in providing a variety of nontraditional commercial loans for commercial real estate investors, throughout the United States.
Oddly enough getting hard money typically is one of the easiest loans to obtain.
Democrats and Republicans - Both parties raised roughly equal amounts of soft money in 2000, but Republicans have always bested Democrats in raising hard money contributions.
Individual and political action committee giving to candidates, known as hard money, is capped under federal election laws.
The proposed Ney-Wynn bill caps soft money contributions to national party committees at $75,000 and does not change the current unlimited fundraising for state parties or $1,000 hard money limit.
Hard money limits cap annual individual contributions at $25,000.
In December, Reno dismissed allegations that Gore had violated campaign finance law by soliciting hard money (funds that went directly into the Clinton-Gore campaign) during phone calls he made from the White House.
Armed with its proprietary BankScore[TM] Global Bank Fees & Rates Index, The Montauk Group delivers guaranteed hard money gains by proactively managing bank relationships to optimize bank fees, rates and account structuring, in order to maximize liquidity yield.
Ooredoo Qatar declared it will supply Hala users of its Mobile Money facility free bonus data when they deposit hard money into their Mobile Wallet accounts in the coming 3 months.