Tag Archives: subprime

Current Tough Market Not Only Sub-Prime Loans’ Fault

Written by: - July 15, 2009

Comments Off on Current Tough Market Not Only Sub-Prime Loans’ Fault

15 July 2009 ? According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, Stan Liebowitz, University of Texas Economics Professor, shared his findings on mortgage foreclosure trends since 2007. Overall, Liebowitz learned that sub-prime mortgage lenders are not the primary cause of current market conditions, and in essence, debunked the prevailing belief that these […]

Continue reading...

Seriously Delinquent Subprime Loans On the Rise – Data Supports Gov’t Plan

Written by: - April 3, 2009

4 Comments

Seriously Delinquent Subprime Loans On the Rise – Data Supports Gov’t Plan

The Wall Street Journal is reporting two important conclusions based on data from the Office of Comptroller of the Currency and the Office of Thrift Supervision: Seriously Delinquent Subprime Loans Rise from 10.75% to 16.4% The report found that the number of seriously delinquent subprimes loans is on the rise. This means that more and […]

Continue reading...

Who Is To Blame?

Written by: - February 18, 2009

3 Comments

Who Is To Blame?

Everybody knows there is a huge housing crisis. Foreclosure rates are higher than ever, and property values are plummeting as a result. There?s plenty of blame to go around, from Wall Street, to the banks and lenders, to the individual loan officers, to the home buyers and homeowners. How Did It Start? Wall Street investors […]

Continue reading...