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Appendix A Sampling Techniques, Questionnaires, and Worksheets

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Appendix A Sampling Techniques, Questionnaires, and Worksheets This PDF is a selection from an out-of-print volume from the National Bureau of Economic Research Volume Title: Home Mortgage Delinquency and Foreclosure Volume Author/Editor: John P. Herzog and James S. Earley Volume Publisher: NBER Volume ISBN: 0-87014-206-2 Volume URL: Publication Date: 1970 Chapter Title: Appendix A Sampling Techniques, Questionnaires, and Worksheets Chapter Author: John P. Herzog, James S. Earley Chapter URL: Chapter pages in book: (p. 87 - 104) Appendix A Sampling Techniques, Questionnaires, and Worksheets United States Savings and Loan League Data PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS In selecting a sample of savings associations for the delinquency study the League aimed at a cross section of the business that would reflect primarily geographic patterns of delinquency. No attempt was made to include size or other institutional differences except within the geo- graphic framework. The basis for the regional distribution of delin- quencies was reports from associations to the League's Data Exchange Group (now called the MIRRORS group). Originally 100 institutions were invited to participate in the study. Of that group fifty responded favorably, but attrition and difficulties with the schedule as set up reduced the final group to thirty-eight. In making up the original list, only associations which were large enough to have at least 100 delinquency accounts were included. INSTRUCTION SHEETS: DELINQUENCIES ON SINGLE-FAMILY CONVENTIONAL LOANS AT SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS Note. This study is restricted to conventional single-family home loans. FHA and VA loans and loans on multiple-family properties are not to be included in the sample. We recognize that variations exist in loan procedures from one association to another. Because of this fact, it is difficult to establish rigid guidelines for this study. T

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