At a recent conference sponsored by America's Community Bankers, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has discussed the future of the mortgage market, though no one seemed alarmed by his predictions.

In a speech made Tuesday, Nov. 2, Greenspan said, "The 1990s have generally been a great time of robust growth for the mortgage markets," while noting that the current slowdown in new and existing home sales is likely to persist in the coming years.

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