The U.S. government and the nation’s largest banks are still allowing second mortgages to jeopardize the housing market , according to Laurie Goodman, an analyst at Amherst Securities Group LP.
The millions of troubled U.S. mortgage loans are overshadowing a reduction in delinquency rates, according to Amherst Securities Group analyst Laurie Goodman .
Laurie Goodman, the Fixed Income Analysts Society’s Hall of Fame member who specializes in mortgage bonds, left Amherst Securities Group LP this month.
Laurie Goodman, who says no analysts have been more critical of bank mortgage practices than her team at Amherst Securities Group LP, is siding with lenders when it comes to a flurry of new rules intended to protect homebuyers.
"Healthy corrections are always a good thing."
- Laurie Goodman on Aug 06, 2014
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