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The consequences of mortgage credit expansion

Atif Mian

The consequences of mortgage credit expansion

evidence from the 2007 mortgage default crisis

by Atif Mian

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAtif Mian, Amir Sufi.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 13936, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 13936.
ContributionsSufi, Amir., National Bureau of Economic Research.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17087645M
LC Control Number2008610779

  Atif Mian and Amir Sufi: The Consequences of Mortgage Credit Expansion: Evidence from the U.S. Mortgage Default Crisis: “The sharp increase in mortgage defaults in is significantly amplified in subprime ZIP codes, or ZIP codes with a disproportionately large share of subprime borrowers as of   The early part of the s was a godsend for many consumers. Credit was flowing with relative ease, making it nearly impossible to be declined for a loan, credit card, or a : Tim Begany.

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The consequences of mortgage credit expansion by Atif Mian Download PDF EPUB FB2

Consequences of mortgage credit expansion 1 of risk through government-backed programs, or greater moral hazard on the part of originators due to securitization. We demonstrate that a rapid expansion in the supply of mortgages driven by disintermediation explains a large fraction of recent U.S.

house price appreciation and subsequent mortgage defaults. We identify the effect of shifts in the supply of mortgage credit by exploiting within-county variation across zip codes that differed in latent demand for mortgages in the mid by:   Prior to the default crisis, these subprime zip codes experience an unprecedented relative growth in mortgage credit.

The expansion in mortgage credit from to to subprime zip codes occurs despite sharply declining relative (and in some cases absolute) income growth in Cited by: The Consequences of Mortgage Credit Expansion: Evidence from the U.S.

Mortgage Default Crisis Atif Mian Amir Sufi Internet Appendix This appendix is split into four parts. Part A provides further description of the data and information on how to obtain the data. Part B presents additional tables that examine subprimeCited by: THE CONSEQUENCES OF MORTGAGE CREDIT EXPANSION: EVIDENCE FROM THE U.S.

MORTGAGE DEFAULT CRISIS* ATIF MIAN and AMIR SUFI Abstract We conduct a within-county analysis using detailed zip code level data to document new findings regarding the origins of the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression.

TheCited by: Mian, and Sufi. “The Consequences of Mortgage Credit Expansion: Evidence from the U.S. Mortgage Default Crisis”. Quarterly Journal of Economics ( The Consequences of Mortgage Credit Expansion: Evidence from the U.S. Mortgage Default Crisis We conduct a within-county analysis using detailed ZIP code—level data to document new findings regarding the origins of the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression.

The expansion in mortgage credit from to to subprime ZIP codes occurs despite sharply declining relative (and in some cases absolute) income growth in these neighborhoods. In fact, to is the only period in the past eighteen years in which income and mortgage credit growth are negatively by: Downloadable.

We demonstrate that a rapid expansion in the supply of mortgages driven by disintermediation explains a large fraction of recent U.S. house price appreciation and subsequent mortgage defaults. We identify the effect of shifts in the supply of mortgage credit by exploiting within-county variation across zip codes that differed in latent demand for mortgages in the mid s.

Its arguments deserve careful attention, and its publication provides an opportunity to reconsider policy choices made in and regarding mortgage debt. House of Debt is important because it persuasively demonstrates that the conventional meta-narrative of the crisis and its aftermath, which emphasizes the breakdown of financial Cited by:   Objectives of Credit Expansion.

Credit expansion is the policy where the central bank produces additional money in order to purchase debt from the government or from entrepreneurs, such as a system where gold is used as money there exist strict limits for money producers when it comes to credit expansion, due to the natural scarcity of the precious metal.

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Mortgage Default Crisis* نتایج توسعه اعتباری وام مسکن: شواهدی از بحران پیش‌فرض وام مسکن آمریکا. The Consequences of Mortgage Credit Expansion: Evidence from the Mortgage Default Crisis. Atif Mian, Amir Sufi. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in April Acknowledgments The Consequences of Mortgage Credit Expansion: Evidence from the Mortgage Default Crisis Atif Mian University of Chicago GSB and NBER • Rapid expansion in supply, fueled by disintermediation, is a primary cause of recent mortgage default crisis • Evidence suggests originator moral hazard as a culprit • Very conservative Cited by: declines in denial rates and interest rates and relative increases in mortgage credit and house prices, despite the fact that these zip codes experienced negative relative income and employment growth.

The growth in securitization was significantly higher in high latent demand zip codes, suggesting a possible role of securitization in credit by: period. Our findings suggest that expansion in the supply of mortgage credit is a primary cause of house price appreciation in high latent demand zip codes from to The expansion in credit to high latent demand zip codes is followed by a large increase in default by: We Thank and Mitch Berlin and Jonathan Guryan and Bob Hunt and Erik Hurst and Doug Diamond and Raghu Rajan and Josh Rauh and Atif Mian and Amir Sufi}, title = {The Consequences of Mortgage Credit Expansion: Evidence from the Mortgage Default Crisis”, Quarterly}, journal = {Journal of Economics}, year = {}, pages = {}}.

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Mortgage Default Crisis (with Amir Sufi) [Online Appendix] Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol.Issue 4, November Chookaszian Endowed Risk Management Prize Estimating the Effect of Hierarchies on Information Use (with Jose Liberti).fluctuations in economic activity. While aggregate credit growth was less pronounced, reflecting slower corporate credit expansion, household indebtedness in the U.S.

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