The Mortgage Market Has Caught the Virus

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The Mortgage Market Has Caught the Virus

Abstract

While the nation's housing and mortgage markets aren’t causing the broader economic disruption in this crisis, as they did in the last, they are suffering from its effects. The authors discuss how these markets are straining under the weight of the disruption, what policymakers should do about it and what longer term implications we should draw from the experience.

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