Vol. 50 Nbr. 8, May 1990
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- A mortgage for the 21st Century.
- Detecting environmental risk: lenders should look out for contamination they may be held responsible for.
- Economic trends.
- GSEs: how they rate. Moody's sizes up Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's creditworthiness.
- Housing help: the new employee benefit. Employers are increasingly dangling the carrot of housing assistance in front of employee recruits to lure them into high-cost housing areas.
- How to hook good employees: here's how to land good recruits without overfishing the waters of professional search firms.
- MBS pricing: constantly evolving.
- Mortgage prepayments slow to a crawl; steadily declining prepayments are likely to continue at a snail's pace as a fall off in first-time homebuyers begins to take hold.
- Secondary market.
- Secondary tremblers.
- The Community Reinvestment Act business.
- The MBS markets: 1989 and beyond.