For Subprime, is it Deja Vu All Over Again?

 · Well, fast forward to August, 2011 and it’s Deja Vu all over again. Through his Civil Rights Division, Eric Holder is hunting down banks and demanding they give mortgages to minorities who do not qualify because they have poor credit.

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Lehman Brothers collapse did more good than bad Treasury to pay investors triple for HAMP principal reductions Treasury closes in on principal reduction window for GSEs – The Treasury is pressing for their involvement. And in January, officials tripled incentives paid to investors that allow a principal reduction on a HAMP modification.The collapse of Lehman Brothers one year ago this week has us asking ourselves what principles of financial intelligence we can learn from Lehman’s failure.. more than they owned. That’s.

 · Deja Vu All Over Again October 27th, 2014 1:12 pm | by John Jansen | It appears that history is repeating itself as demand for SUBPRIME auto loans is steamy. This FT article describes that market and wonders if the demand is a toxic legacy of the various QEs. Via the FT:

A voracious appetite for subprime loan investment instruments drove mortgage lenders in the early part of this century to create ridiculous loans to satisfy investor appetite – loans that lenders admitted were "toxic" and "poisonous." This news feels like dj vu all over again.

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They all have concerns and tell us real estate is going up too fast and loans are getting creative again. It bothers THEM, even though they make a living off of real estate. They don’t lie like you two do.

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 · The stock market is at record highs and people with FICO scores as low as 500 are once again happily obtaining mortgages. Not only that, but these mortgages are once again being securitized and are in demand by yield chasers. All of the elements that are necessary for the 2008 subprime crisis to repeat itself are starting to fall back into place.

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