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Chart of the Day – Mortgage Origination History

By JLP | October 11, 2011

Interesting chart I found today via a facebook friend (click on the chart to see a larger version) showing the percentage of government-backed mortgages over the years. The increase since 2008 is startling. The chart is part of an interesting article from DoctorHousingBubble.com.

Topics: Chart of the Day | 3 Comments »


3 Responses to “Chart of the Day – Mortgage Origination History”

  1. BG Says:
    October 11th, 2011 at 12:32 pm

    Those big red lines, starting in 2008, are the ‘bank bailouts’…

    Not talking about TARP loans, but banks shifting toxic mortgages onto the US taxpayer.

  2. The Biz of Life Says:
    October 11th, 2011 at 8:56 pm

    So the banks are only loaning to people with excellent credit (as would be expected after the 2008 crisis) and the government is loaning to anyone who wants to buy a house. What a shocker!

  3. Russ Says:
    October 12th, 2011 at 1:18 am

    2004 is when the Alt-A, Option Arms, and subprime really took. The secondary mortgage for non-Fannie/Freddie loans pretty much disappeared in 2008 and still has not returned.

    What is interesting is the percentages were pretty going back to the beginning of the chart to 1990. So what happened in ’04? The loose underwriting guidelines…

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