FED REPORT | The Mortgage Market in 2011: Highlights from the Data Reported under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act

The Mortgage Market in 2011: Highlights from the Data Reported under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act

This article presents a number of key findings from a review of the data that mortgage lending institutions reported for 2011 under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA). The article documents home-lending activity reflected in the HMDA data and places the 2011 activity in historical context. It also examines changes in mortgage market concentration in recent years and in the credit scores of recent homebuyers. In addition, the article reviews patterns of lending across different racial or ethnic and income groups and across areas that differ in terms of housing market distress. Finally, it discusses how census updates may affect evaluations of the performance of banking institutions under the Community Reinvestment Act.

SOURCE: http://federalreserve.gov

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The Mortgage Market in 2011: Highlights from the Data Reported under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act

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One Response to “FED REPORT | The Mortgage Market in 2011: Highlights from the Data Reported under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act”
  1. stripes says:

    Fraud has highlights…?! Insolvent institutions and their proxies can brag about getting paid big salaries and big bonuses by repurchasing soured debt and recycling the fraud they created by committing more fraud with U.S. TAXPAYER MONEY to keep up this sick illusion…? I blame the politicians.

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