Strategies to Develop Long-Term Mortgage Credit
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Salomėja Jasinskaitė
Vilniaus Gedimino technikos universiteto Verslo ekonomikos katedra
Leonas Simanauskas
Vilniaus universiteto Ekonominės informatikos katedra
Published 1998-12-01
https://doi.org/10.15388/Ekon.1998.16472
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Jasinskaitė S. and Simanauskas L. (1998) “Strategies to Develop Long-Term Mortgage Credit”, Ekonomika, 45, pp. 44–54. doi: 10.15388/Ekon.1998.16472.

Abstract

The article deals with the reasons that are inhibiting long term-mortgage credit in Lithuania and provides the measures to decrease their influence. Long-tenn lending creates significant credit risk, interest rate risk, and liquidity risk that impede banks to make long-term loans. For the purpose to manage efficiently those risks and in such a way to increase banks’ possibilities to provide long-term loans it is suggested the innovations to be implemented in the Lithuanian credit market. The main provided instruments are as follows: introducing of variable interest rate mortgage loans, issuing of mortgage bonds by depository credit institutions, founding of specialised lenders - mortgage banks, refinancing mechanism of which should be based on the capital market securities, including mortgage bonds firstly.

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