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n 1. an omission of that which should be done.
v 2. to fail to fulfill an obligation or a promise.
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Changes in economic policies or in national and international economic scenario may have played their part but loan defaults basically represented a phenomena of imprudent lending, for whatever reasons.
Gradually, loan defaults became a source of "rental income", and lack of deterrent punishment and accountability and absence of social censure of those who amassed wealth through improper means encouraged such elements to remain respectable if not enviable, members of the society.
CMBS 2010 Loan Default Study (Defaults Continued to Climb)
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Fitch expects loan defaults to rise given the current capital market environment, but not three-fold,' said Susan Merrick, Managing Director and head of Fitch's CMBS group.
CMBS, with loan defaults to increase more than 50% even with continued strong real estate fundamentals, and perhaps double if the broader real estate markets start to show signs of weakness.
With 33% of newly defaulted loans last year, multifamily properties continue to have the highest percentage of loan defaults.
De-allocated funds can be used to cure loan defaults by any borrower within either the CWSRF or DWSRF.
housing market that continues to show increased weakness, Fitch Ratings has identified three major predicators of mortgage loan defaults (FICO scores, credit sector and combined loan-to-value ratios (CLTVs)), all of which will be emphasized in both new criteria and a loan default model.
In addition, the authority collects an administrative fee with each loan repayment and is using the fee to build its own equity within the operating fund that can be used to cure loan defaults.
Fitch's expects CMBS loan defaults to rise as pool compositions in 2005 and 2006 are becoming more heavily weighted with hotel properties.