The relationship starts to change - A shift in power has occurred between bankers and borrowers. Bankers, once eager to woo borrowers with an eye to a relationship and ancillary business in the future, have become more aloof. Many borrowers now have to content themselves with higher prices and terms that can be changed to their disadvantage after a deal is sealed.
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