Tuesday, August 2, 2011

MORE Financing Options NEDED..

"Rental yields are high enough to entice some amount of private capital,
but financing for investor properties would certainly attract
more capital and cushion further home price declines," the agency
said in its Amherst Mortgage Insight report.

Amherst Securities believes 10.4 million homes are still at risk
of going into default after analyzing the number of loans that
are currently classified as non-performing, previously delinquent
and underwater. The tightening of underwriting guidelines also
is making it more difficult for investors and homebuyers to get
into the market to extract the access inventory. "It is
increasingly difficult to obtain a mortgage, thus shrinking the

pool of qualified applicants," Amherst wrote.

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