States fight predatory lending in different ways
Giang Ho and
Anthony Pennington-Cross ()
The Regional Economist, 2006, issue Jan, 12-13
As the laws vary from state to state, so does their impact. In some states, the high-cost mortgage business appears to have shrunk. But in other states, the opposite has occurred.
Keywords: Predatory lending; Mortgages; Mortgage loans - Law and legislation; Home equity loans (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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