Sub Prime Mortgages’ Modest Comeback

February 21, 2014

Bill Dallas ran two subprime lenders that collapsed during the financial crisis. Now he’s back in business and plans to start offering what he calls nonprime loans later this year through his latest venture, NewLeaf Lending, based in Calabasas, Calif. “There needs to be a solution for people who don’t fit in the box, and rebuilding nonprime lending is it,” says Dallas. This time, he says, tougher lending rules will require borrowers to put down as much as 30 percent and document their income, credit, and work history.  See more

 

 

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