Trends in Subprime Lending

Nelson, Travis P.
July 2008
Business Law Today;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p27
The article presents information related to regulations regarding the subprime lending market in the U.S. It is noted that the risk of changed circumstances, altered expectations, and possible shifts in valuation of mortgage pools is presented by current legislative proposals. It is mentioned that the creation of a suitability standard for suits against subprime lenders have also been attemted by plaintiffs' attorneys.


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