Liar's Loan

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Liar's Loan

A loan made to a person who has not been truthful about some aspect of the loan application. For example, if the borrower overstates his/her income, he/she is said to take out a liar's loan. In most jurisdictions, it is a crime to make false statements on a loan application.
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There is a growing need for borrowers' tax documents now that stated income loans have disappeared," said Jennifer Blacker, the production manager of Homeworx Mortgage, LLC located in Edmond, Okla.
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Fitch has revised its loss expectations and downgrade methodology for 2006 subprime RMBS to reflect the higher default risk associated with the stated income loans, simultaneous second liens and hybrid ARMs, resulting in a higher average lifetime expected loss (EL) projection of approximately 10%.
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