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US Mortgages vs. International Mortgages

US Mortgages vs. International Mortgages

I read an research paper¬†contrasting US mortgages against the rest of the world’s mortgages, and thought I would share the interesting bits with you guys. Now, I just want to say that this was written in 2010, and for all the non-US mortgages, I’m pulling my information on them from this paper. If things have changed in your country since then, or it has something wrong. Please do let me know! The Dodd-Frank Act, a piece of regulatory legislation that…

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