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David L. Schalow

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University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

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University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

2100 Main Street

Stevens Point, Wisconsin,54481

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Schalow Success Systems LLC


Affiliations

California State University , San Bernardino

Emeritus Professor of Finance


California State

Emeritus Professor of Finance


Education

Ph.D


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From: David Schalow, Ph.DDavid SchalowThe Schalow Success System


The Business Press | Inland Southern California's Business Newspaper | Section Title

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Mortgage lenders are hurt when homeowners default because the interest rates are too low for them to profit on high-risk loans even if a foreclosed home is revamped, discounted and sold after a foreclosure, said David Schalow, professor of finance and real estate at California State University, San Bernardino. Banks are tightening their underwriting practices and making it more difficult for homeowners to refinance their homes to avoid foreclosure.Schalow said. Unlike the past five years, "people are not using their homes as ATM machines anymore.You see refinances sometimes, but not as much because people have done it already," Schalow said.


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Mortgage lenders are hurt when homeowners default because the interest rates are too low for them to profit on high-risk loans even if a foreclosed home is revamped, discounted and sold after a foreclosure, said David Schalow, professor of finance and real estate at California State University, San Bernardino. Banks are tightening their underwriting practices and making it more difficult for homeowners to refinance their homes to avoid foreclosure.Schalow said. Unlike the past five years, "people are not using their homes as ATM machines anymore.You see refinances sometimes, but not as much because people have done it already," Schalow said.


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