A look at any foreclosure bank and you may be wondering why these lenders simply cannot just work it out with the borrowers and forgive their loans. Banks throughout the United States (an indeed around the world) rely on foreclosures to help get them out of costly losses and to help them to get back on track with better investments.
When you apply for a loan, the interest rate you pay is the profit that a bank makes (of course there are fees that come out of that.) Yet, that rate can be more or less depending on the level of risk you are. Banks are not able to provide high-risk people with loans not because they do not want to, but because their investors will not allow it. For this reason, it is important to understand the foreclosure bank and why they have to pull these homes.