The proposal was also highly critical of investor-driven private transfer fee programs, such as one marketed by Freehold Capital Partners, a New York-based company that imposes 1 percent transfer fees on home resales for 99 years.
What does PTF stand for?
PTF stands for Private Transfer Fee (real estate)
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We have 137 other meanings of PTF in our Acronym Attic
- Polynomial Threshold Function (theoretical computer science)
- Pound to Fit
- Pourquoi Take French (educational song)
- Power Trading Forum (UK power exchange interest group)
- Power Transfer Factor
- Praise the Fallen (VNV Nation music album)
- Precise Time and Frequency
- Prime Time Freeware (free software resource)
- Print to File
- Prior to Funding (finance)
- Probabilistic Trend Family
- Probably The First
- Productivité Totale des Facteurs (French)
- Program Temporary Fix
- Programmed To Fail
- Project Task Force (also seen as PROTAF)
- Property Trust Fund
- Proposition Technique et Financière (French: Technical and Financial Proposal)
- Prosjekt Til Fordypning (Norwegian: Project-Depth Study; student competency)
- Protect the Family
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Last week, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) published a proposed rule that would limit Farmie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Home Loan Banks from dealing in mortgages on properties encumbered by certain types of private transfer fee covenants and in certain related securities.
Manhattan-based Freehold Capital Partners declines to identify any clients or participants in its private transfer fee program, but claims on its Web site that as of late 2009, "the owners of an estimated $488 billion in real estate projects nationwide, including some of the country's largest, most well-respected companies, have partnered with Freehold.
Californian Congresswoman Maxine Waters has introduced legislation to ban private transfer fees that would impose a fee of 1% of the sales price of homes.