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S&L’s

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The Liquidity Factor: The Rise of the GSEs, Part IV

Moneek May 13, 2013

Mortgage Lending: The Liquidity Factor, Part IV Part I Part II Part III The Rise of the GSEs When the smoke finally cleared from the destruction of the S&L’s in the late 80’s early 90’s, FNMA and Freddie Mac were solidly in place. It took 36 years for Roosevelt’s national […]

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Mortgage Lending:The Liquidity Factor, Part III

Moneek April 20, 2013

Read Part 1 and Part 2 The collapse of the S&L’s The strength of the S&L’s and their mortgage lending market share soared from post-World War II until 1965. The National Housing Act was a crucial first step to turning the Liquidity Factor from local markets to national markets, but the transition […]

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Mortgage Lending: The Liquidity Factor, Part II

Moneek April 7, 2013

 Read Part I The History of Mortgage Lending and The Liquidity Factor. At the peak of the Great Depression, the Hoover administration realized the importance of the liquidity factor. Their policies bolstered the S&L’s, securing them as the main channel to provide the necessary liquidity to the mortgage market. The Federal […]

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Mortgage Lending: The Liquidity Factor, Part I

Moneek April 1, 2013

Part I Part II Part III Part IV Mortgage Lending: The Liquidity Factor, Part I In Mortgage Lending, it has always been said that the two largest purchases families will ever make are homes and cars. Since the 1900s, those two items have not only revolutionized the way we live […]