For Subprime, is it Deja Vu All Over Again?

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A major factor in the bubble and crash was the liberal policies pushing banks to provide subprime mortgages (mortgage loans to people with bad credit ratings). Now, it seems the Obama administration is forgetting the lessons of recent history and is beginning to push banks to once again offer home loans to people who may not be able to pay them back.

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Remember how banks were giving subprime mortgages to people who couldn’t afford them. We all heard how the banks were shoving loans down peoples’ throats and lying to them about what they could afford. Here-and-there, we would hear that banks were being bullied. Well, fast forward to August, 2011 and it’s Deja Vu all over again.

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The widespread return of the subprime mortgage business will be the big event for the mortgage industry in 2015. At first glance, this may seem like one of the more wild and outrageous predictions among the widespread prognosticating that happens this time of the year. But it’s actually not that crazy, given how the market turned out in 2014.

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