Shake ups in the sub-prime lending market in the US and soon the UK bring to light the problems of consumers having faith in lenders. Many assume that if they are approved for a loan or mortgage that ...
As a practitioner in the fields of bankruptcy, workout and corporate restructuring, and in a shameless admission of self-interest, I readily admit to being vitally interested in whether the U.S. Econo...
Borrowers who have bad credit and don't measure up financially can find themselves a mortgage. They're classified as sub-prime since they normally would be declined by all the leading credit scoring s...
The answer to this is a very much overlooked first-time home-buyer program that solves this problem for many entry-level buyers with low FICO scores. The CALHFA (California Housing Finance A...
The economic damage caused by the fall out from the sub-prime loan crisis is limited, and should not cause major economic damage to the nation's housing markets or greater U.S. economy, according to a...
Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke has confirmed the Housing Predictor forecast that more than 2 million homes will be foreclosed as a result of the sub prime lending crisis. In a hearing bef...
Housing markets will depreciate an average of 4.2% nationwide in 2007, according to the annual Housing Predictor forecast. The forecast for the decline was first issued in January and after a reassess...
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Hey, wait a minute! In recent months, the national media has dwelled on the collapse of the subprime mortgage market and the surge of foreclosures. But there is another side to this story that shoul...
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