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Commercial Banks and Real Estate Lending: The Texas Experience

This study analyzes the performance of Texas commercial banks specializing in mortgage lending during the late 1980s and early 1990s to investigate how representative was their experience as compared with that of banks across the country concentrating in real estate lending. The results show that Texas real estate banks (REBs) performed very poorly during the 1980s and early 1990s, but this was because the Texas REBs were clearly different from the majority of the banks classified as REBs in the rest of the country. Texas REBs invested more heavily in commercial mortgages than did other ...
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 1996-15

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New England banks and the Texas experience

New England banks are currently suffering from problems similar to those that caused the demise of many Texas banks. In both cases, a boom in the real-estate sector was followed by a sharp contraction caused by weakness in the leading sectors of the economy. In both cases, banks had greatly expanded their real-estate lending, and the declining real-estate prices produced substantial loan losses. ; This study suggests, however, that these similarities do not imply that New England will go on to repeat the Texas experience. The author finds that New England does not suffer from construction ...
New England Economic Review , Issue Sep , Pages 55-62

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Implication of the Texas experience for financial regulation

Proceedings , Paper 242

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Empirically assessing the role of moral hazard in increasing the risk exposure of Texas banks

Proceedings , Paper 317

Working Paper
Commercial banks and real estate lending: the Texas experience

This study analyzes the performance of Texas commercial banks specializing in mortgage lending during the late 1980s and early 1990s to investigate how representative was their experience as compared with that of banks across the country concentrating in real estate lending. The results show that Texas real estate banks (REBs) performed very poorly during the 1980s and early 1990s, but this was because the Texas REBs were clearly different from the majority of the banks classified as REBs in the rest of the country. Texas REBs invested more heavily in commercial mortgages than did other ...
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 96-15

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Understanding the global community in the 21st Century

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The benefits of free trade

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Preliminary results: the impact of a free trade agreement with Mexico on Texas

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Texas under free trade: some sectoral, regional, and modeling considerations

Proceedings

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Implications of North American free trade for infrastructure and migration on the Texas-Mexico border

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