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Plunkett’s Banking, Mortgages & Credit Industry Almanac 2007: Banking, Mortgages & Credit Industry Market Research, Statistics, Trends and Leading Companies

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The lending industry is comprised of a wide variety of sectors, such as banking, credit cards, mortgages, leasing and consumer finance. Many of these sectors have interconnections and synergies. In addition, a large number of related services and technologies have a major influence on the lending and credit business. These services include e-commerce, credit risk analysis, call centers and information technologies. Rapid changes have taken place in lending in recent years. For example, large amounts of business and consumer debt are now syndicated or securitized. Meanwhile, non-bank firms, such as GE, have become immense competitors in the lending arena, and….

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Plunkett’s Banking, Mortgages & Credit Industry Almanac 2008: Banking, Mortgages and Credit Industry Market Research, Statistics, Trends & Leading … Mortgages and Credit Industry Almanac)

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A summary of our Banking, Mortgages & Credit Industry Almanac. Includes such topics as: 1) Introduction to the Banking, Mortgages & Credit Industry, 2) Mergers Reduce the Total Number of Banking Companies/Startup Banks Continue to Open, 3) Banks Adopt Sophisticated Technology and Retail Perks to Attract Customers, 4) Banks Vie for the Rapidly Growing Hispanic Market, 5) Mergers and Acquisitions Continue, 6) National and International Bank Chains Expand, 7) Community Banks Outnumber Major Chains, 8) Japan’s Parliament Agrees to Privatize the Japan Post One of the World’s Largest Financial Services Organizations. In addition, we provide a number of tables….

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Mortgage Ripoffs and Money Savers: An Industry Insider Explains How to Save Thousands on Your Mortgage or Re-Finance

Mortgage Ripoffs and Money Savers: An Industry Insider Explains How to Save Thousands on Your Mortgage or Re-Finance
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Mortgage Rip-offs and Money Savers reveals how the mortgage industry cheats borrowers out of billions in extra costs every year. Mortgage industry insider Carolyn Warren taps her decade of experience with lenders to expose the tricks, lies, and dirty little secrets they don’t want you to know. With her expert guidance, borrowers will save tens of thousands when they avoid the traps so many consumers fall into. Having this inside information is the only way borrowers can truly get the best possible deal. This book presents that knowledge in an interesting and easy format that anyone can understand. Readers won’t….

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Mortgage Ripoffs and Money Savers: An Industry Insider Explains How to Save Thousands on Your Mortgage or Re-Finance (Paperback)

Mortgage Ripoffs and Money Savers: An Industry Insider Explains How to Save Thousands on Your Mortgage or Re-Finance (Paperback)
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Discriminating Risk: The U.S. Mortgage Lending Industry in the Twentieth Century

Discriminating Risk: The U.S. Mortgage Lending Industry in the Twentieth Century
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The U.S. home mortgage industry first formalized risk criteria in the 1920s and 1930s to determine which applicants should receive funds. Over the past eighty years, these formulae have become more sophisticated. Guy Stuart demonstrates that the very concepts on which lenders base their decisions reflect a set of social and political values about “who deserves what.” Stuart examines the fine line between licit choice and illicit discrimination, arguing that lenders, while eradicating blatantly discriminatory practices, have ignored the racial and economic-class biases that remain encoded in their decision processes. He explains why African Americans and Latinos continue to be….

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