Providing the expertise of an internal business consultant to one of the largest issuers of mortgage securities, Investing in Mortgage Securities serves as a high-level introduction to mortgage securities presented within the framework of fixed income securities. It presents institutional investors, portfolio managers, traders, and sophisticated individual investors with a clear, concise, and unified approach to valuing, pricing, and investing in mortgage securities. The author supplies a complete explanation of all types of mortgages and fixed income securities and highlights the differences between bonds, mortgages, and mortgage derivatives. The text walks you through all the necessary steps, including worked out mathematical examples, to ensure that you make the best buy and sell decisions possible. It also contains exercises to help you test your knowledge before making significant investment decisions.denied credit. Though used for years in the credit card industry. credit scoring has only recently tpost-l995) been applied to home loan ... In a survey of about a million home-loan records. Fair. Isaac found that one in eight borrowers with a FICO score below 600 was either severely delinquent in payments or in default.
|Title||:||Investing in Mortgage Securities|
|Author||:||Laurence G. Taff|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2002-09-27|