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On the 2 October 2017 CAHF presented at the Habitat Norway s conference on Urbanization and Affordable Housing. Habitat Norway is a Norwegian non-governmental organization, established in

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CAHF executive director, Kecia Rust presented at the 2017 API Summit in Sandton, Johannesburg. Her presentation identified ways of addressing both affordability and accessibility to

2017 Housing Finance in Africa Yearbook (8th Edition)

Nairobi Metropolitan Mortgage and Rental Affordability Report 2017

Nairobi Metropolitan Residential Report 2017

Presentation: Affordable Housing in Africa: A fact or a Fiction ?

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Zimbabwe: Has enough been done for housing affordability?

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Tanzania: Tanzania to demolish houses built in unplanned areas

Nigeria: Foundation builds N600m housing estate for IDPs

South Africa: Tshwane mayoral mansion to be sold so money can be spent on needy Msimanga

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CAHF has recently completed three studies that give us clearer answers to these two questions, and many others as well. The studies are ground-breaking in their approaches, venturing into

African Union for Housing Finance (AUHF)

The African Union for Housing Finance (AUHF) was established as a member-based body of housing lenders in 1984. Today, the AUHF comprises of 61

Residential Real Estate Investment Trusts in Africa

Case Studies into Innovation

Housing Finance Information Network (HOFINET)

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We’re in #Livingstone #Zambia for the @FSDAfrica FSD Network Conference 2017, themed “The Changing Landscape of Financial Sector Development in Africa: Where from and Where to Next?”. #FSDConference https://t.co/S6q2U32af4

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Mortgage interest tax deductions: so compelling and such a bad idea. African policy makers must watch the US experience https://t.co/L9b2mshmfE

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  • TSP Option for Active Duty Army, Navy – Air Force, finance and thrift.#Finance #and #thrift


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    Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) for Active Duty USA, USN and USAF Members

    This information applies to active component Army, Navy and Air Force members, and certain Navy reserve members (those reservists paid on the active component system; if you are unsure of which system you are paid on, please see your finance office). For other members, see our TSP for Reserve/Guard page for more information.

    You may elect both Roth and/or traditional TSP contributions. Traditional TSP contributions are deducted pre-tax; taxes are deferred until you withdraw your contributions. Roth TSP contributions are taken after-tax. If you elect to contribute to TSP, the contributions will be deducted from your pay account. Further information on TSP as well as election forms may be obtained at www.tsp.gov. You may also find information from your command or installation personal financial counselors, or your finance office.

    Starting TSP Contributions

    To participate in TSP, you must have elected a minimum of one percent of your basic pay for either traditional or Roth TSP contribution.

    To participate in TSP, you must have elected a minimum of one percent of your basic pay for either traditional or Roth TSP contribution.

    Because Roth TSP is calculated based on gross pay but deducted from net pay, you need to do the math to make sure you have sufficient net pay for the Roth contributions. Traditional TSP also has a number of other deductions taken first, so you will need to make sure you have sufficient pay for traditional TSP also.

    If you wish to make a Roth election (or add a traditional election to a Roth election), you will need to use the Roth election worksheet (adding the traditional election to the Roth election could result in insufficient net pay available for the Roth election). Use the worksheet for Roth contributions from basic pay, special pay and incentive pay and a separate worksheet for Roth contributions from bonuses and one-time special pay.

    Please see the combined maximum percentage charts if you plan on having both a traditional and Roth election (myPay has system checks for combined maximum percentages that will assist you with this). Choose the chart matching your situation: Have Traditional TSP and adding Roth TSP or Have Roth TSP and additing Traditional TSP. It is important to use these tools to avoid having insufficient net pay to cover the contributions.

    If you wish to make a traditional TSP only election, you will need to use the traditional election worksheet for basic pay, incentive pay and special pay. For traditional TSP only, you will not need to use a worksheet for bonus and other one-time special pays, since the only deductions for those pays are taxes, and traditional TSP is tax deferred.

    Changing TSP Elections

    Life and your financial needs and goals change. Whether you need to reduce your contribution elections to balance your home budget or increase them to meet your future goals, you MUST submit contribution percentages in all pay categories when changing elections either via myPay or when submitting a TSP-U-1.

    For example, if you are satisfied with most of your current elections, but wish to increase the percentage of basic pay, you must repeat your current elections in each pay category along with the increased percentage for basic pay. Failure to submit the correct percentage in each pay category will cause your contribution elections for unmarked categories to be recorded as zero percent. The fields displayed in myPay for regular TSP can be changed to other values, or to zero if no percentage is desired.

    Stopping TSP Elections

    Currently, the military pay system handles a stop to all traditional elections and a stop to all Roth TSP contributions elections differently.

    If a stop to all traditional elections is submitted in June, it will be effective at the end of June and the last contribution will be made in June. If a stop to all Roth elections is submitted in June, it will be effective at the end of May, and the last contribution will be made in May.

    A future change will align Roth TSP to work the same as traditional TSP. Until that change is made, please consider this issue when submitting an election to stop all traditional or all Roth TSP elections.

    TSP Catch-Up Contributons

    If you are 50 or over (or will turn 50 during the calendar year in which you make the election) and plan to contribute the maximum elective deferral amount to traditional and/or Roth TSP or an equivalent employer plan, you may be eligible to make additional contributions to TSP, called catch-up contributions .

    Starting in January 2015, you can start Roth or traditional catch-up on myPay. To stop or change the amount of your current monthly catch-up contributions, you will be able to submit a TSP-U-1-C form to your finance office as you do now. That form will also be available to start catch-up elections if you do not have access to myPay.

    Read this Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board fact sheet on catch-up contributions


    Charity Jobs – Vacancies, charity finance jobs.#Charity #finance #jobs


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    Charity Fundraiser – National Deaf Children s Society – Glasgow – 9 Per Hour!

    • 9.00 – 10.00 per hour
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    • Glasgow Lanarkshire
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    Junior Project Manager – Charity Sector

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    Department of Finance, finance bill 2011.#Finance #bill #2011


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  • Finance – definition of finance by The Free Dictionary, finance dictionary.#Finance #dictionary


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    2. the bill so endorsed.

    2. the fee paid to effect an exchange of currency. See also agiotage.

    2. a handbook listing the exchange values of moneys and the weights and measures of many countries.

    2. the condition of a debt when overdue. See also law.

    2. the duration of a person s function as an entrepreneur.

    2. a claim made against property so pledged. hypothecator, n. hypothecary, adj.

    2. the deed pledging the security.

    2. the members of the group collectively.

    3. each member s total share or annuity. tontine, adj.

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    feel the pinch To sense one s precarious financial position; to be in a tight spot. In this expression, pinch carries its figurative meaning of an internal twinge of emotional discomfort. The expression most often refers to an economic situation which warrants austerity measures.

    grubstake Money advanced in exchange for a share in a venture s expected return. The term, dating from at least 1863, originally referred to money staked to prospectors for grub and other provisions in return for a part of the profits from their finds.

    The farmer realizes the plight of the out-of-work who is left without a grubstake between himself and hunger. (The Atlantic Monthly, March, 1932)

    in the black Making a profit; out of debt. This Americanism is so called from the bookkeeping practice of entering profits in black ink. It is synonymous with out of the red.

    This time she appeared at the Italian Village, and within two weeks she had pulled it out of the red ink and into the black. (American Mercury, July, 1935)

    on a shoestring Dependent upon a very small sum of money; relying on a meager amount of money as capital in a working investment. This colloquial meaning of shoestring has been common in the U.S. since the early part of the century, though precisely how it acquired this sense is unclear. Perhaps shoestring was equivalent to the cost of a shoestring.

    They accomplished their elegance on a shoestring, too. (Ward County [North Dakota] Independent, July, 1944)

    play the papers To gamble. This obsolete Americanism was current in the 19th century.

    Poor Kit was in a bad way one hour before we parted. The fact is, you know, he d bin playin the papers (meaning gamblin ) and had lost everything. (De Witt C. Peters, The Life and Adventures of Kit Carson, 1858)

    A similar expression with specific reference to horse racing is play the ponies.

    prime the pump To attempt to rejuvenate an enterprise by channeling money into it; to try to maintain or stimulate economic activity through government expenditure. A pump is primed or prepared for use by pouring water into it to produce suction. The expression was used figuratively by T. W. Arnold, as cited in Webster s Third:

    This spending has not yet primed the pump.

    salt away To save or hold in reserve money or other valuables for future use; to build a nest egg. The figurative meaning of this expression is derived from its literal one, i.e., preserving meat or other perishables by adding salt.

    [There is] no one to hinder you from salting away as many millions as you can carry off! (R. W. Chambers, Maids of Paradise, 1902)

    sock away To set aside money in a savings account; to save or put money in reserve. This American expression implies that the money is being stowed away for some future investment. It may derive from the days when socks were a common storage receptacle for one s savings. The phrase appeared in Life, as cited by Webster s Third:

    (He) has socked away very little of his earnings with which to buy a ranch.


    Housing finance#Housing #finance


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    • Housing plays a key socio-economic role and represents the main wealth of the poor in most developing countries
    • 3 billion people will need new housing and basic urban infrastructure by 2030, according to UN-Habitat. Without available and affordable housing financing solutions, many urban poor can’t get decent formal housing.
    • Our work in housing finance helps clients provide market-based safety nets, and fund long-term investments to support sustainable economic growth.

    Overview

    The UN estimates that by 2030, the global population will reach 8.5 billion, with almost 60% of the population living in urban areas. Rapid urbanization is putting pressure on housing delivery systems, which are often informal or reliant on the state. The inability to keep up with the demand results in burgeoning areas of informal housing, overcrowding and slums. This has propelled the issue of affordable housing and housing finance to the forefront of the global agenda, which makes it a key focus area for the World Bank Group.

    Our work in housing finance focuses on helping client countries develop deep, resilient and affordable housing finance markets that are accessible to middle, lower and informal-income households. We provide the tools to build and expand housing finance markets; fund housing finance, often through the mobilization of long-term mortgage securities where possible; and develop sustainable and affordable housing finance markets. The most important aspect of the work is creating systems that address the needs of households at different income levels, yet also building a system that can be sustained, scaled up, and oriented to the private sector.

    We work in coordination with other parts of the World Bank and IFC to provide a comprehensive approach that reaches across the entire housing value chain. Our core interventions include:

    Developing resilient Housing Finance Markets:

    We conduct diagnostic analysis, legal and regulatory reforms, and institution-building to create a sustainable and efficient housing finance system.

    Long-Term Funding: We design and implement solutions to improve access to longer-term finance through capital markets instruments such as liquidity facilities, covered mortgage bonds and securitization, as well as enhanced systems to incentivize longer term savings.

    Housing Finance for the Poor: We design and implement suitable solutions to expand access to lower and informal markets, including through credit markets, housing microfinance, rental housing, residential leasing, contractual savings, effective targeted subsidies, and guarantee schemes for lower and informal income households.

    Affordable Housing: We support reductions in the cost of formal housing through improved access to finance for developers; support reforms of land use and primary infrastructure, facilitating titling and permits; support the introduction of new cheaper technologies and building techniques; and support energy-efficient buildings.

    Long-term Funding Solutions: The World Bank supported the development of Mortgage Liquidity Facilities in Jordan, Egypt, Nigeria and Tanzania with the purpose of providing medium to long-term liquidity to lenders. More work is ongoing in Azerbaijan, WAEMU and Pakistan.

    In Nigeria, the Nigerian Mortgage Refinance Facility (NMRC) was developed as part of a wider Housing Finance Project supported by the World Bank through a US$300 million loan to the Federal Government of Nigeria. The program has three main components: i) development of a mortgage liquidity facility; ii) development of a housing finance guarantee product; and iii) development of housing microfinance pilot schemes. NMRC completed its first bond issue in July 2015, and the issuance was supported with a Federal Government Guarantee in recognition of the support that a new institution will need to go to market. As NMRC establishes itself, the objective is for it to go to the bond market on its own. NMRC has been active on multiple fronts to improve the overall market environment, including setting uniform underwriting standards for the industry, and drafting a model foreclosure law for states to consider adopting and implementing. It is now working on underwriting standards for informal incomes and Islamic finance.

    In Tanzania, a Housing Finance project created the Tanzania Mortgage Refinance Company (TMRC). Alongside TMRC, the project aims to help the housing microfinance sector grow and take concrete steps to expand the supply of affordable housing. The mortgage market continues to grow at a strong pace, stimulated by World Bank funding. Many obstacles remain, but the increased focus on housing finance is creating momentum for change and for the resolution of many impediments to market growth.

    India: Reaching the Informal Sector: An IDA loan of $100 million, channeled through the National Housing Bank of India, aimed to expand access to sustainable housing finance for low-income households, to help them purchase, build or upgrade their dwellings. The project also supports the financial institutions that target low-income and informal-sector households and help build their capacity to scale up sustainable housing finance. The entire World Bank Group has worked together in India, with IFC investing in several housing finance companies with a special focus on lending to lower-income groups. This has been supported by extensive technical assistance to lenders to better manage credit and operational risks in these new market segments.

    Who We Work With

    The World Bank Group works globally with Ministries of Finance and/or Housing/Urban Development, Central Banks, regulatory agencies, mortgage liquidity facilities, housing funds and agencies, and lenders (banks and Multilateral Financial Institutions).


  • Morrell Motors – Used Cars, finance, WOF, repairs, parts – service, Taupo, subaru motors finance.#Subaru #motors #finance


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    As Taupo’s authorised parts and service agents for Mercedes-Benz, Subaru, Chrysler, Jeep Dodge as well as being specialists in European vehicle servicing, repair and parts supply you can be rest assured your motoring needs will be taken care of . Read More

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    Welcome to Morrell Motors – Official Subaru Dealer for Taupo and the Central Plateau. Subaru are for those who do. New Zealanders are doers. We get things done. Which is not always easy in our country, where cities quickly become mountains, forests and beaches. And straight roads turn into hairpins, potholes and gravel. But we have some help. Welcome to Subaru Country.

    Subaru motors financeSubaru’s unique All Wheel Drive technology is designed to get you further than just back and forth to work. It can also transport you to a place you’d rather be, with control and in comfort. That must be why this land of four-seasons-in-one-day, where one third of road surfaces are unsealed, has the highest proportion of Subaru drivers of anywhere in the world. It’s as if a country as varied and exciting as New Zealand was made for vehicles as confident as Subaru’s. Which is probably why so many Subaru drivers buy Subaru’s again. And again. And again. So if you’re looking to get out and do things, do it in the car that gets things done.

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    Community Based Transitional Housing Program

    The Department of Finance is now accepting grant applications for the Community Based Transitional Housing Program.


  • Mississippi Department of Banking and Consumer Finance, consumer finance.#Consumer #finance


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    The Mississippi Department of Banking and Consumer Finance’s (DBCF) primary mission is to provide effective supervision and regulation of Mississippi’s State-chartered banks and other financial service industries to ensure the public is provided with a convenient, safe and competitive banking environment, along with fair and lawful consumer related financial transactions.

    DBCF conducts examinations of all state-chartered banks, thrifts, and credit unions, independent trust companies, mortgage lenders, small loan companies, insurance premium finance companies, motor vehicle sales companies, pawn brokers, title pledge lenders, consumer loan brokers, check cashers (payday lenders), money transmitters, and debt management service providers. DBCF’s examinations ensure these industries are in compliance with Mississippi’s laws designed to protect its citizens. DBCF also participates in programs to educate Mississippi’s consumers on financial literacy and provides a consumer complaint resolution process.

    CLICK HERE for Online Consumer Renewals and to make Online Payments

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    Chase Auto Finance Bill

    As one of the oldest and largest institutions in the United States, JP Morgan Chase provides services to millions across 60 countries. The services offered by JP Morgan Chase include asset management, investment banking, private equity, commercial and personal loans. One division that provides excellent customer service is Chase Auto Finance. This division offers deals and discounts for new cars, used cars and auto financing and refinancing.

    Pay online: Customers can pay your Chase Auto Finance online by visiting https://chaseonline.chase.com/Logon.aspx?LOB=RGBLogon . You will need to provide your account information as well as your user identification and password. Acceptable methods of payment include credit cards, debit cards, checking and savings account.

    Automatic payment: Customers can pay your Chase Auto Finance bill by having the funds automatically deducted from your checking or savings account. You will reduce your monthly bill by 0.25% when using your Chase savings account or Chase checking account.

    Pay by mail: Customers can pay your Chase Auto Finance bill by sending payments to:

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    1820 E. Sky Harbor Circle S.

    Phoenix, AZ 85034

    Pay by phone: Customers can pay your Chase Auto Finance bill by calling customer service at 1-800-336-6675. You will need your account details and acceptable form of payment.

    Pay in person: Customers can pay your Chase Auto Finance bill in person by visiting a Chase bank location. The locations are listed on the website.

    Questions About Your Billing Statement or Account?

    Have you noticed hidden fees that you do not fully understand, such as loan origination fee, late payment fees, insufficient fund fees or repossession fees? If this is the case, you should review the Chase Auto Finance FAQs to better understand your billing or account information. You can also contact a customer service representative at 1-800-336-6675 for additional information about your billing statement or account.

    How the Penalty Fees Work

    Several online complaints forums stated Chase Auto Finance assesses fees for late payments, insufficient funds and repossession charges. When we spoke to customer service, they did not disclose the exact amount of the fees. They explained that the fees are dependent upon the individual customer’s loan. The only fee we found information on was the loan origination fee.

    • Loan origination – When customers qualify for a loan with Chase Auto Finance, the company charges a fee of $75.

    I Can’t Make a Payment

    When customers can’t pay your Chase Auto Finance bill, the company has options. Although limited, Chase Auto Finance provides customers with the ability to change your loan date and set-up payment arrangements.

    • Change loan date – Customers that can’t pay your Chase Auto Finance bill have the ability to change the due date on your loan. You have the ability to change the date of your payment up to 20 days beyond the date of your predetermined payment. Chase Auto Finance restricts three dates that cannot be selected, the last three dates of any given month.
    • Payment arrangements – Customers that can’t pay your Chase Auto Finance bill have the ability to make payments on an arranged schedule. Call customer service at 1-800-336-6675 and speak with a customer service representative. They will provide you with the details of the payment arrangement.

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    I set up an automatic withdrawl from my B of A account to make the montlhy payments on a newly purchased Subaru. The time on the computer took about an hour. After returning from a trip this week I had recieved a number of robo call stating that I was overdue on my account. I assumed that the withdrawls were in progress and the process had been approved as my bank had been contacted by Chase on three separate occasions to secure my account numbers. After talking to a representive on the phone I was able to make the payment and wipe out the late fee but was transferred to another department to help with the direct withdrawl issue. I ended up on yet another automated phone cycle and never did get to talk to a representive to fix the problem. I have recenttly purchased a Honda and Hyundai with automatice withdrawl and have never experience such a complicated system that Chase has in place. I now will go to the local branch in Yakima with the hope that someone can assist me in just giving the bank my money monthly. Larry

    I don t know what has taken place but, since November 2011. I have been trying to find a way to pay the Chase Auto and Mortgage payments that I was able to pay online. I found a website in December and was able to get the auto payment in. Now the website is gone, so is the link to it that I had saved on my PC. This is crazy. Everything is behind and I am worried sick. We are not Chase Bank Customers we only have the house and auto financed through Chase. Can you please help. All the Chase sites online will not allow me to do a thing. Even when I call Chase Bank. I seem to get nowhere. What s going on?

    I want to make my April payment which will be due on the 27th,BUT I have no more coupons.

    My payments are always due on the 20th I don t have any more coupons to make my auto loan payment. I am afraid I do not know my account number. thank you,

    I want to make a payment but I have no more coupons. I don t remember my account number.

    I Sent a payoff to u in Phoenix tracking number EI659064299US received by Steve J. Dee on Dec 11, 2012 with a certified ck for $10,218 and 98 cents. I had the wrong account number on the check It should have been 00524440048231 payoff for me on my 2006 NEISAN auto. Can u help me?

    I called to ask for more coupons to pay my bill and got nowhere. I have great credit and do not want it ruined .please either send the me the coupons or let me know if you will be sending a monthly bill.

    I m out of the country and I m trying to make online payment but the cars under my bosses name and I don t have tax ID or his social security number on me and no way to get it till I get back I do have account number is there somewhere I can pay it was just that.

    wanting to make a car payment with my credit card ?? is this ever going to happen ? so we can go paperless . thanks cindy

    what is your problem with coupons i ve financed many cars and always got a coupon book it seems to be the biggest complaint against you get with it

    I never yet received my bills due on may 26

    I want to make a payment,but have no more coupons-this has happened before.Why must these coupons be parceled out 3 months at a time?It is very frustrating!

    I put my car payment in the overnight

    I have become very ill and on a fixed income,which is SSD and no other income. I have come to the realasation that I cant pay this Auto loan any longer, I am not behind on payments,but cant afford to keep this Automobile anylonger or I wont be able to eat or live in a apartment anylonger, So to my regret I have to give up my car and have to turn it over to you but I don t want to have it go against my Credit rating.Please I cant afford it any longer,can you reposess it without ruinning my credit.Please help me take this auto back and let me live without debt. Repocesst this auto so I can go on eating and living. I don t need to Drive. I live down town. My next payment is OCT 9th.PLease help me to let this go. Yours Truly Michael Testa

    I want to be able to make my vehicle payments online, but cant seem to figure out how to do it. Can you help me out?