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Old 10-27-2005, 09:32 PM
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Lightbulb Americans with good credit are being saddled with loans designed for high-risk borrow

Low interest rates and aggressive marketing campaigns have driven home lending to record levels. But increasingly Americans with good credit are being saddled with loans designed for high-risk borrowers.

These higher-cost loans have been the fastest-growing segment of the mortgage market accounting for 20% of the home loans issued last year, up from 10% a decade ago.

Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored mortgage finance giant, estimates that more than 20% of people who get these so-called sub-prime loans could have qualified for more-conventional prime loans.

Consumer advocates say it's a "borrower beware" market. Companies and independent brokers generally are not legally required to tell customers that they might get a better deal elsewhere, and regulations have not kept pace with the booming mortgage refinancing market and skyrocketing home prices.

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