publication . Article . 2009

Ten myths about subprime mortgages

Yuliya Demyanyk;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2009
Abstract
On close inspection many of the most popular explanations for the subprime crisis turn out to be myths. Empirical research shows that the causes of the subprime mortgage crisis and its magnitude were more complicated than mortgage interest rate resets, declining underwriting standards, or declining home values. Nor were its causes unlike other crises of the past. The subprime crisis was building for years before showing any signs and was fed by lending, securitization, leveraging, and housing booms.
Subjects
free text keywords: Subprime mortgage
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