Articles tagged with: Risk
The national Mortgage Bankers Association last month named former Federal Housing Administration (FHA) head David H. Stevens as its chief executive officer – an intriguing choice on at least a few levels.
As the head of the FHA, one of Stevens’ duties was to deal with an issue that has been tossed around a lot over the past few years – risk. In short, is a lender making a good bet a home buyer will pay off a mortgage if that loan is written?
Stevens ought to know a thing or two …
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Ever since French filmmaker Albert Lamorisse invented the board game Risk in 1957, people have relaxed by swiping territory, building up armies and whipping the tar out of their opponents.
Risk has proven so popular, in fact, that it’s spawned a host of imitators. A couple of very good ones are available for the iPhone and you can get them for free. Both of the games featured here offer the option to upgrade and grab a few extra features, but the full versions of the Apple iPod apps aren’t crippled. Grab …