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Quicken Loans, America's largest online lender, previewed their fast and easy Rocket Mortgage app during the Super Bowl Sunday, causing some financial experts to criticize a 2008-like mindset.
Video: Opportunities of all kinds open up in this Super Bowl 50 ad for Quicken Loans. Quicken Loans's Super Bowl ad has sparked rumblings over whether we should worry about a new housing bubble. “What if we did for mortgages what the Internet did for …
The Ferriera and Gyourko paper, however, contains only one reference to underwriting, though they do acknowledge it as a major factor in many other studies of the mortgage crisis. “Neither borrower traits nor housing unit traits appear to have played a …
Other analysts and industry players said tight lending standards imposed by many lenders after the mortgage meltdown — tougher than those dictated by big mortgage financiers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac — could remain an impediment for buyers.
He also points out that the auto loan market, while significant, is dwarfed by the mortgage market, and a failure in the auto loan market would not have anywhere the impact of the housing meltdown. But others worry that if left unchecked, a subprime …
As first-time homebuyers struggle to qualify for mortgages in a market that's shrinking after the housing collapse, lenders are providing more multi-million dollar loans to Americans who pose less risk. These borrowers are using the loans to purchase …
The problems this report points out are troubling, but that doesn't mean we should panic about another financial crisis looming. Economists generally agree that the housing market and the auto markets are different enough that a repeat of 2008 caused …
This is almost nothing like the subprime mortgage boom of the housing bubble.