What Finder’s Fees Mean for Intermediaries.

“Finder’s fees” are commissions paid to intermediaries who help bring together two parties who are interested in doing business with each other. The fee is typically a percentage of the total transaction value, and is paid by the party who is looking for the business opportunity (the “finder”). In the context of savings accounts, finder’s … Read more


OEX is short for the S&P 100 Stock Index, which is a stock market index that tracks the performance of 100 large-cap companies that trade on the New York Stock Exchange. The index is a market-weighted index, meaning that each stock’s weight in the index is proportional to its market capitalization. The S&P 100 index … Read more

How Does a Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Loan Work?

A CRE loan, also known as a commercial real estate loan, is a loan that is used to purchase or refinance commercial property. Commercial property can include office buildings, retail space, warehouses, and more. CRE loans are typically made by banks or other financial institutions, and they can be either secured or unsecured. The terms … Read more