Acquiring land for factories, roads, and other projects has sometimes created deadly battlegrounds in India with many farmers complaining they have been forced to sell at below market rates and robbed of their livelihoods.
What does BMR stand for?
BMR stands for Below Market Rate
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Two of the largest planned developments of the Bloomberg administration were approved by the City Council this afternoon, rezoning two sites in Queens that will allow for more than 10,000 new apartments, more than half of which would be at below market rates.
Of the 20 free-market condos currently for sale, 8 were rented at the initial stage of the project and are now below market rates, while 12 are vacant, offering the new owner the options of either renting the units in at the current rate, or selling them individually on a retail basis.
Insurance reform legislation that the State of Florida signed into law last week increases primary insurers' access to the FHCF's below market rate reinsurance coverage by up to $12 billion per season, with the state able to increase the limits up to an additional $4 billion per season.
GMDC was formed in 1992 to help protect artisans and currently houses 80 businesses--including hot glass blowers, metal spinners, woodworkers, weavers and furniture builders--in five buildings at below market rates.
It has 13 home-buying help programs, including down payment assistance and 30-year loans at below market rates.
The remaining $2 million will be dedicated to a Home Improvement Loan Subsidy Program, which will offer home-improvement loans at 3 percentage points below market rates.
Tax credits awarded by the government through the New Markets Tax Credits program facilitate bank loans at below market rates.