The risk of defaults relating to newly originated nonprime mortgages is holding steady despite negative economic conditions, according to the most recent Nonprime Mortgage Report (NMR) Default Risk Index for Winter 2002.

This quaterly study, which is conducted by the University Financial Associates of Ann Arbor, Michigan, is an index that tells lenders what the risk of a loan originated today is relative to loans originated over the last ten years.

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