The Rise and Fall of the Subprime Market Price with shipping elsewhere
Subprime mortgages, designed for those with impaired credit and bearing higher interest rates than prime mortgages were long a small and steady part of the industry until home prices increased dramatically and interest rates dropped. Subprime originations grew from 10.3 percent of the mortgage market in 1998 to 21.5 percent in 2006. Then the bubble burst, and now there’s plenty of blame to go around.
This 120-page special report from the editors and publisher at Inside Mortgage Finance puts the gradual rise and dramatic fall of the subprime market into perspective with exclusive data and historical insight.
Section I: Lenders
Subprime originations and Wholesale and retail lending—all by year, Subprime originations by state, as well as Strategies, trends, Major players—includes Credit scores, GSE involvement, Diversification, Branding, Competition and Technology.
Section II: Servicers
Top subprime servicers and major players, Loss mitigation—including Risk layering, Payment trends, Modification debate, Servicers’ and government’s programs.
Section III: Securitization
Top subprime MBS issuers and underwriters by year, Subprime MBS characteristics, Subprime MBS ratings by company—all by year.
Section IV: Regulation
Includes preemption, No-documentation, Major lawsuits, Investor Enforcement, Regulator criticism and response, Expansion of oversight.
You'll get 59 data tables, rankings and charts including:
- Year by Year Analysis and Narrative
- Subprime Originations, 1997-2008
- Subprime Originations by State, 2001-2008
- Top Subprime Servicers, 1997-2008
- Top Subprime MBS Issuers and Underwriters, 1997-2008
- Subprime MBS Ratings by Company, 1997-2008
- And More!
Order your copy today for an authoritative history and analysis of the subprime mortgage market.