Three Studies of Subprime and Alt-A Loans in the US Mortgage Market

These three studies are: 1. Sizing Total Exposure to Subprime and Alt-A Loans in the U.S. First Mortgage Market as of 6.30.2008, 2. Sizing Total Federal Government and Federal Agency 18 Contributions to Subprime and Alt-A Loans in the U.S. First Mortgage Market as of 6.30.2008, and 3. High LTV, Subprime and Alt-A Originations Over the Period 1992–2007 and Fannie, Freddie, FHA, and VA‘s Role.

Read the studies as an Adobe Acrobat PDF.

The three studies are referenced in Appendix A of Government Housing Policies in the Lead-up to the Financial Crisis: A Forensic Study

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