Banks Retaining More Conforming Loans On their Balance Sheets – What that Means For The GSEsMani
Despite residential housing prices in the U.S. witnessing a volatile ride over the past two decades, Goldman Sachs analysts expect U.S. nominal prices to grow by between 2.8% and 3.7% from 2017-2019. Marty Young and colleagues point out in their January 15 research note titled “US banks keeping more conforming loans on their balance sheets” that major U.S. banks are likely to keep the lowest risk conforming loans.
Long-run U.S. house price growth lags that of other . . .
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