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First Mover Asia: Terra’s Planetary Collapse Is Taking Down Crypto Lending; Altcoins Plummet – CoinDesk
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First Mover Asia: Terra’s Planetary Collapse Is Taking Down Crypto Lending; Altcoins Plummet  CoinDesk

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Rural Lending Covers A Lot Of Ground – National Mortgage Professional
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Rural Lending Covers A Lot Of Ground  National Mortgage Professional

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Bank of England to loosen mortgage lending rules – new housing bubble warning – Express
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Bank of England to loosen mortgage lending rules – new housing bubble warning  Express

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‘Terrifying’ reason lending has to stop – NEWS.com.au
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‘Terrifying’ reason lending has to stop  NEWS.com.au

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No signs of mortgage stress – yet – as regulators tighten home lending screws – Small Caps
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No signs of mortgage stress – yet – as regulators tighten home lending screws  Small Caps

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UK mortgage lending surges by most on record after stamp duty extension – The National
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UK mortgage lending surges by most on record after stamp duty extension  The National

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Here's why the state of mortgage lending isn't precarious despite fear mongering about housing markets – Financial Post
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Here’s why the state of mortgage lending isn’t precarious despite fear mongering about housing markets  Financial Post

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Lending Fraud Could Wreck Economy – Again – UT News – UT News | The University of Texas at Austin
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Lending Fraud Could Wreck Economy – Again – UT News  UT News | The University of Texas at Austin

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Is subprime lending ready for a comeback?
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Subprime mortgage lending earned a bad reputation in the years leading up to the financial crisis of 2007-2008, and rightfully so. In the midst of a freewheeling lending environment that ignored most tried and true underwriting standards, Subprime …

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Local predatory lending, foreclosure programs end
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But its funding for foreclosure prevention services also has decreased to about $100,000 from more than $500,000 during the peak of the housing meltdown, said Deutscher, the group's executive director. “We're concerned funding will go away altogether …

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Meet the New King of Subprime Lending
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Despite his success with financial investments, Mr. Edens and his colleagues failed to short subprime loans as signs of trouble in the housing market appeared. They didn't think a crisis was imminent and weren't as familiar with instruments used by …

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Subprime lending execs back in business 5 years after crash
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Jim Konrath, founder and former CEO of Accredited Home Lenders, which cratered so quickly when the housing bubble burst that a private equity firm that had agreed to buy it tried to back out of the deal, today is chairman of LendSure Financial Services …

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Mortgage company has been lending a hand for two decades
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How did you fare during the housing crisis? I thought I had seen every market before the huge meltdown we had. It probably would have been cheaper for me to close the doors and then reopen them, but my customers wanted to know we were still there.

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Bernanke can't refinance: Tough lending standards
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"This is the key constraint on the housing recovery." Lax home lending standards were a major factor in inflating the housing bubble under Bernanke's predecessor, Alan Greenspan, and the bursting of that housing bubble resulted in the financial …

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Will subprime mortgage lending 2.0 be a disaster?
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During the housing bubble everyone learned they could earn huge profits while the scheme went on, and when it blows up, they can leave the empty shell of liabilities for others to deal with, probably taxpayers with another bailout. So do we have reason …

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Should Mortgage Lending Standards Ease?
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The magnitude of the subprime-auto-lending expansion now is much smaller than it was for mortgages leading up to the housing crash. "But something has to give. Income growth needs to improve, or lenders will eventually shut off the credit spigot," Amir …

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Dive in minority lending pressures Fannie-Freddie
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The numbers are stark: Blacks are about 13 percent of the U.S. population, but represented about 5 percent of conventional mortgage borrowers in 2001, before the housing bubble, according to data collected by federal regulators. By 2012, they were only …

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Researchers collaborate on subprime lending investigation
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"We all know that real estate markets are integrated, but when people were talking about the subprime mortgage crisis, they were only looking at housing, not at what was happening to the rental market. Nobody had told that …

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