bank loan


: a loan that is made by a bank

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web Con artist Anna Sorokin Delvey The infamous fraudster was sentenced to four to 12 years in prison in 2019 for a series of scams, including trying to obtain a $22 million bank loan purportedly to launch an exclusive private club in Manhattan. Rebecca Rosenberg, Fox News, 7 Apr. 2023 With a $500,000 bank loan and a $900,000 CureDuchenne grant, the Neurology & Neuromuscular Care Center became reality. Marin Wolf, Dallas News, 25 Mar. 2023 In the time between the fire and his death, Cunningham’s father was denied a bank loan to rebuild his business – a not-uncommon fate for a Black man in the 1960s. Sheree R. Curry, USA TODAY, 1 Mar. 2023 Other financing sources were assembled, including state and federal historic preservation tax credits, a bank loan and $3.1 million of city cash generated by the development's property taxes. Tom Daykin, Journal Sentinel, 14 July 2022 The developers will raise the money through their own equity, a traditional bank loan and the sale of state and federal tax credits. Steve Lord, Chicago Tribune, 2 Mar. 2023 When personal financing is out of the equation, the next step frequently is seeking a bank loan. Julian E.j. Sorapuru,, 2 Mar. 2023 Another decides to start a lawn-care service, receives a bank loan to do so, and then sees his tax dollars used to support the cancellation of the student loan. Melissa Quinn, CBS News, 28 Feb. 2023 The other started a lawn care business with help from a bank loan instead of going to college. John Fritze, USA TODAY, 28 Feb. 2023 See More

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“Bank loan.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 5 Jun. 2023.

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