Reverse Mortgages: Policy Changes Have Had Mostly Positive Effects on Lenders and Borrowers, But These Changes and Market Developments Have Increased HUD's Risk: Gao-09-836

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Reverse Mortgages: Policy Changes Have Had Mostly Positive Effects on Lenders and Borrowers, But These Changes and Market Developments Have Increased HUD's Risk: Gao-09-836 2013, Bibliogov

ISBN-13: 9781287201953

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