tailieunhanh - Lecture Money and capital markets: Chapter 22 - Peter Rose, Milton Marquis

Chapter 22 - The residential mortgage market. In this chapter, you will learn to understand how the residential mortgage market supplies credit for individuals and families to build and buy homes; to understand the problems faced by lenders in designing new home loan contracts that will protect them against inflation and other risks. | Chapter 22 The Residential Mortgage Market Learning Objectives To understand how the residential mortgage market supplies credit for individuals and families to build and buy homes. To understand the problems faced by lenders in designing new home loan contracts that will protect them against inflation and other risks. Learning Objectives To look at how federal government agencies and government-sponsored mortgage firms support the development of the market for mortgage loans. Introduction Among the fastest growing of all financial markets today is the residential mortgage market, where individuals and families fund their purchases of homes. Originally a simple market that was primarily local and regional in character, the residential mortgage market has become an international capital market where home-mortgage-related instruments are traded around the globe. Recent Trends in New Home Prices and the Terms of Mortgage Loans Prices and Yields of Conventional Home Mortgage Loans

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