The Market for Home Mortgage Credit: Recent Changes and Future Prospects
Three major changes occurred during the 1980s in the market for home mortgage credit; the securitization of fixed-rate mortgages, the development of a national primary market for adjustable-rate mortgages, and the decimation of the saving and loan industry. These changes and their impacts on various financial industries and homebuyers are the subjects of this paper. I also briefly speculate about likely future changes in this market.
|Date of creation:||Dec 1990|
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|Publication status:||published as Gilbert, ed., Recent Changes in the Market for Financial Services, Economic Policy Conference, FRB of St. Louis, 1992, pp.99-123|
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