It does not compete with privately held banks but partners with them in lending monies to local business. In 1967, BND made the first federally insured student loan in the country and currently has one of the lowest interest rates for state loans. About twenty years ago, the bank began buying home loans made by local banks and credit unions.
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The home equity debt couldn’t exceed the fair market value of the home reduced by the debt used to acquire the home. For tax purposes, a qualified residence is the taxpayer’s principal residence and a second residence, which can be a house, condominium, cooperative, mobile home, house trailer or boat.
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Among the hardest hit states were Nevada, Florida and, in particular, California, where Stockton led the nation with a foreclosure rate that was 6.6 times the national average, Irvine, Calif.-based RealtyTrac Inc. said. Nationwide, 649,917 homes received at least one foreclosure-related filing in the first three months of the year, up 112.
Sense and Nonsense on the Mortgage Restructuring Plan and the Alleged Losses it Inflicts on Investors. Author: Nouriel Roubini December 6th, 2007 Share This Print I have already commented before on why an across-the-board (like in the Treasury/banks plan) rather than a case-by-case approach to sub-prime mortgage restructurings makes sense.