Characteristics arid Performance of Nonprime Mortgages

Shear, William B.
July 2009
GAO Reports;7/28/2009, p1
Government Document
A report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is presented concerning the characteristics and performance of nonprime mortgages in 2009. The report also discusses the trends in loan and borrower characteristics of nonprime mortgages in earlier years. Data is given for performance of loans by census division, state, and congressional district.


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