What's worrisome is the high loan to value and adjustable rate piggyback first liens burdened with super-high revolving variable rate home equity line of credit seconds ("HELOC") (Calhoun, PhD) topped off with abusive prepayment penalties, running naked without mortgage insurance.
What does HLTV stand for?
HLTV stands for High Loan to Value
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All the mortgage loans are being serviced by Litton Loan Servicing, LP (Litton) which is a subsidiary of Credit Based Asset Servicing and Securitization LLC (C-BASS), Fitch rates Litton 'RPS1' for subprime and high loan to value (HLTV) products and 'RSS1', as a special servicer.
s (Litton) 'RPS1' residential primary servicer ratings for subprime and high loan to value (HLTV) mortgages and its 'RSS1' residential special servicer rating.
s (Litton) residential primary servicer ratings of `RPS1' for subprime and high loan to value (HLTV) mortgages and `RSS1' for residential special servicer.
Business Editors NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 21, 2001 Fitch assigns GMAC Mortgage's Client Branded Solutions (CBS) division, its residential primary servicer ratings of 'RPS1' for home equity, home equity lines of credit and high loan to value loans.
Entrust Mortgage features high loan to value, limited documentation loans.
BUSINESS WIRE)--June 22, 1998--Bay View Capital Corporation ("BVCC")(NASDAQ:BVCC) announced today that it has learned that the federal banking regulatory agencies are considering new guidelines that may limit the amount of high loan to value ("HLTV") home equity loans that an insured financial institution may own.