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Subprimal By Peter Marcus
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What’s worse than a substitute teacher? A substitute music teacher from hell. A short story. By Peter Marcus
The Subprime Crime By Mike West
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The Great Recession, the name given to global financial meltdown was the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. The wealth destroyed by the recession sits at $14 trillion. The subprime... More > loan fiasco was the epicenter of the Great Recession. The debacle began to unfold in December of 2007 when the housing market began to implode under the weight of the subprime mortgages. Mortgage delinquencies and forecloses piled up creating an avalanche of securitized subprime mortgages. The financial instruments derived from these subprime mortgages crumbled setting the stage for the Great Recession. While there is plenty blame to go around, one group deserves special attention. Washington’s social engineers crafted unrealistic homeownership expectations that culminated in the largest housing bubble in history. The outcome of decades of government intrusion into the housing market was catastrophic.< Less
Subprime Meltdown By Charles Brownell
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Why are there so many foreclosures? Why would banks, the pillars of fiscal responsibility and risk aversion, lend money to subprime borrowers who couldn't afford to repay their loans? How did Wall... More > Street manage to hide the risk and sell the subprime mortgages? How did the subprime mortgage business unravel and evolve into a worldwide liquidity crisis? What are the frauds and scams, how do they work and what should you look out for? What's the forecast for the future and what conclusions can be drawn?< Less
Subprime Meltdown By Charles Brownell
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Why are there so many foreclosures? Why would banks, the pillars of fiscal responsibility and risk aversion, lend money to subprime borrowers who couldn't afford to repay their loans? How did Wall... More > Street manage to hide the risk and sell the subprime mortgages? How did the subprime mortgage business unravel and evolve into a worldwide liquidity crisis? What are the frauds and scams, how do they work and what should you look out for? What's the forecast for the future and what conclusions can be drawn?< Less
Subprime Mortgage Crisis By Klaudio Zic
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Subprime mortgage crisis as seen by the analytic eye of scientific prediction. Crisis peaks for the years 2008 and 2009 as nested in the midst of the apocalyptic times 2005 – 2014. (230 pp, PDF)
Preventing a sub-prime mortgage crisis By Ajithaa Edirimane
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This e-book initially addresses the causes and effects of the sub-prime mortgage crisis and sheds light on how Data Governance could have avoided the crisis if there had been a proper focus on the... More > governance of data. In the sub prime crisis, the lenders allowed undetected risk to enter the banking stream through the acceptance of low quality data from sub prime borrowers, which spilled over to products sold to unsuspecting investors by the same lenders. A Data Governance Program is therefore, an integral part of a banking system to ensure what is delivered as a product is risk free, as any other product sold in the market. The Data Governance Program, as described here, takes into account the causes of the sub-prime crisis and whilst addressing the weaknesses in the lending process suggests a system of cross checking, monitoring and reporting to ensure early detection of low quality data.< Less
Ach! abbiamo pestato un subprime By Anna Spina & Pina Vitelli
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Al sistema ovviamente, dai politici, agli economisti, al pubblico, che compra prodotti finanziari immaginandosi che siano come la "pentola magica" della favola, viene più facile... More > credere che gli asini volino, piuttosto che la giostra si fermi e che i principini (ri)divengano orrendi rospi. Così fino al 2006 tutti han fatto orecchie da mercante e, di fronte a prestiti che erano veri e propri prestiti da usura (sui mutui le rate dei poveracci che avevano sottoscritto mutui sub-prime sono cresciute fino al 68%) tutti hanno tirato a campare, fino a che il castello di carte non è rovinosamente caduto giù, anzi ancora cade giù...< Less
Compound Mortgage: Subprime Mortgage Crisis Made Quantifiable, Containable & Affordable By Raghu aka John Giuffre
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The Compound Mortgage is a rev-ed up, (auto) lease-to-own system layered over a bail-out that pays down about 30% of the sub-prime market by splitting the cost between 8 industry players (feds,... More > state, county, banks, mortgage holder, servicer, buyer, and seller). Each party is left pitching in a small and affordable 2% to 3% of a sub-prime mortgage. Because the sub-prime crisis has been a leveraged problem, its implosion has been greater then its own immediate value. Re-instating sub-prime back at its original value with this 20% bail out, we can provide a multiplied return in both Wall Street revenues and fed taxes. This will free up the credit crunch in return as well jump start the real estate market once again.< Less
Compound Mortgage: Subprime Mortgage Crisis Made Quantifiable, Containable & Affordable By Raghu aka John Giuffre
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The Compound Mortgage is a rev-ed up, (auto) lease-to-own system layered over a bail-out that pays down about 30% of the sub-prime market by splitting the cost between 8 industry players (feds,... More > state, county, banks, mortgage holder, servicer, buyer, and seller). Each party is left pitching in a small and affordable 2% to 3% of a sub-prime mortgage. Because the sub-prime crisis has been a leveraged problem, its implosion has been greater then its own immediate value. Re-instating sub-prime back at its original value with this 20% bail out, we can provide a multiplied return in both Wall Street revenues and fed taxes. This will free up the credit crunch in return as well jump start the real estate market once again.< Less
Make Millions with Foreclosures and Short Sales - How to Profit from the Real Estate SubPrime Crisis" By Sebastian Acosta
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THE BEST-KEPT SECRET IN THE FORECLOSURE INDUSTRY IS NOW AVAILABLE IN THIS BOOK! Few people would have anticipated that the Subprime crisis would have shaken the U.S. economy so strongly. This crisis... More > has led to numerous banks closing and close to one million people loosing their homes to foreclosure. The question is what can you do as an individual investor to make money in these hard times? Foreclosure investors are gobbling up properties at incredible discounts all across the nation. Many banks are practically giving away their foreclosed properties in order to stabilize their portfolios. Why shouldn’t you take advantage of these great financial opportunities? Learn: -How to profit from the current real estate crisis -Locate great properties -Properly negotiate with the owners and banks, and profit before these properties ever reach public auctions -How to really make money from short sales and preforeclosures< Less

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