Dutch RMBS unaffected by continued housing market weakness

Despite falling house prices and rising unemployment, Dutch RMBS performance, particularly in deals backed by prime mortgages, remains very robust, according to ABS analysts at Morgan Stanley.

  • By Joseph McDevitt
  • 10 Sep 2013
Dutch house prices have fallen another 4% so far this year, based on the latest data on agreed sale prices, bringing the total peak-to-trough decline to around 20%. Demand for housing has decreased because of rising unemployment and uncertainty over government reforms to remove the tax deductibility of ...

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