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High-Cost Loans by Property Type and Purpose, 2016
Place County Property Type Home Purchase Home Improvement Refinance
High-Cost Non-High-Cost or Unknown High-Cost Non-High-Cost or Unknown High-CostNon-High-Cost or Unknown
Seminole County Seminole One to four-family (other than manufactured housing) 13909 - 1347 - 10861 0
Seminole County Seminole Manufactured housing 108 - 19 - 25 0
Seminole County Seminole Multifamily 18 - 7 - 1 0
Notes:  Shows loan applications resulting in loan origination only. For more information, see HMDA User Guide.
"High-Cost" loans are those for which lenders must report the spread between the annual percentage rate (APR) on the loan and a benchmark for a typical prime rate loan. The High-Cost category is intended to flag loans that are likely to be subprime. Prior to October 1, 2009, for first lien loans, the threshold for reporting was 3 percentage points above the Treasury security; for junior lien loans, the threshold was 5 percentages points above the Treasury security. Starting October 1, 2009, the threshold was 1.5 percentage points above the average prime rate offer from Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS) for first lien loans and 3.5 percentage points for junior lien loans. See Guide to HMDA Reporting.
Sources:  Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data 2016
High-Cost, Owner Occupied Home Purchase Loans by Loan Amount, 2016
Place County Loan Amount High-CostNon-High Cost or Unknown
Seminole County Seminole less than $50,0000 98 -
Seminole County Seminole $50,000 to $74,999 191 -
Seminole County Seminole $75,000 to $99,999 377 -
Seminole County Seminole $100,000 to $124,999 825 -
Seminole County Seminole $125,000 to $149,999 1694 -
Seminole County Seminole $150,000 to $174,999 851 -
Seminole County Seminole $175,000 to $199,999 1437 -
Seminole County Seminole $200,000 to $249,999 2761 -
Seminole County Seminole $250,000 to $299,999 1952 -
Seminole County Seminole $300,000 to $399,999 1694 -
Seminole County Seminole $400,000 to $499,999 771 -
Seminole County Seminole $500,000 to $599,999 135 -
Seminole County Seminole $600,000 to $699,999 59 -
Seminole County Seminole $900,000 to $999,999 52 -
Seminole County Seminole $1,000,000 to $4,999,999 18 -
Notes:  Shows loan applications resulting in loan origination only. For more information, see HMDA User Guide.
"High-Cost" loans are those for which lenders must report the spread between the annual percentage rate (APR) on the loan and a benchmark for a typical prime rate loan. The High-Cost category is intended to flag loans that are likely to be subprime. Prior to October 1, 2009, for first lien loans, the threshold for reporting was 3 percentage points above the Treasury security; for junior lien loans, the threshold was 5 percentages points above the Treasury security. Starting October 1, 2009, the threshold was 1.5 percentage points above the average prime rate offer from Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS) for first lien loans and 3.5 percentage points for junior lien loans. See Guide to HMDA Reporting.
Sources:  Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data 2016
High-Cost, Owner-Occupied Home Purchase Loans by Race, 2016
Place County Race High-CostNon-High Cost or Unknown
Seminole County Seminole American Indian or Alaska Native 38 -
Seminole County Seminole Asian 624 -
Seminole County Seminole Black or African American 677 -
Seminole County Seminole Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 53 -
Seminole County Seminole White 10272 -
Seminole County Seminole Information not provided by applicant in mail, Internet, or telephone application 1249 -
Seminole County Seminole Not applicable 2 -
Notes:  Shows loan applications resulting in loan origination only. For more information, see HMDA User Guide.
"High-Cost" loans are those for which lenders must report the spread between the annual percentage rate (APR) on the loan and a benchmark for a typical prime rate loan. The High-Cost category is intended to flag loans that are likely to be subprime. Prior to October 1, 2009, for first lien loans, the threshold for reporting was 3 percentage points above the Treasury security; for junior lien loans, the threshold was 5 percentages points above the Treasury security. Starting October 1, 2009, the threshold was 1.5 percentage points above the average prime rate offer from Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS) for first lien loans and 3.5 percentage points for junior lien loans. See Guide to HMDA Reporting.
Sources:  Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data 2016
High-Cost, Owner Occupied Home Purchase Loans by Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity, 2016
Place County Ethnicity High-CostNon-High Cost or Unknown
Seminole County Seminole Hispanic or Latino 2269 -
Seminole County Seminole Not Hispanic or Latino 9477 -
Seminole County Seminole Information not provided by applicant in mail, Internet, or telephone application 1167 -
Seminole County Seminole Not applicable 2 -
Notes:  Shows loan applications resulting in loan origination only.For more information, see HMDA User Guide.
"High-Cost" loans are those for which lenders must report the spread between the annual percentage rate (APR) on the loan and a benchmark for a typical prime rate loan. The High-Cost category is intended to flag loans that are likely to be subprime. Prior to October 1, 2009, for first lien loans, the threshold for reporting was 3 percentage points above the Treasury security; for junior lien loans, the threshold was 5 percentages points above the Treasury security. Starting October 1, 2009, the threshold was 1.5 percentage points above the average prime rate offer from Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS) for first lien loans and 3.5 percentage points for junior lien loans. See Guide to HMDA Reporting.
Sources:  Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data 2016
High-Cost, Owner Occupied Home Purchase Loans, 2005-2016
Place County 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
High-Cost Non-High Cost or Unknown High-Cost as % of Total Loans High-Cost Non-High Cost or Unknown High-Cost as % of Total Loans High-Cost Non-High Cost or Unknown High-Cost as % of Total Loans High-Cost Non-High Cost or Unknown High-Cost as % of Total Loans High-Cost Non-High Cost or Unknown High-Cost as % of Total Loans High-Cost Non-High Cost or Unknown High-Cost as % of Total Loans High-Cost Non-High Cost or Unknown High-Cost as % of Total Loans High-Cost Non-High Cost or Unknown High-Cost as % of Total Loans High-Cost Non-High Cost or Unknown High-Cost as % of Total Loans High-Cost Non-High Cost or Unknown High-Cost as % of Total Loans High-Cost Non-High Cost or Unknown High-Cost as % of Total Loans High-Cost Non-High Cost or UnknownHigh-Cost as % of Total Loans
Seminole County Seminole 3236 8947 27.00 3368 7678 30.00 1284 5447 19.00 205 3259 6.00 143 3211 4.00 39 3153 1.00 48 3112 2.00 173 7203 2.00 744 7439 9.00 1249 8395 13.00 1041 10696 9.00 12915 - 100.00
Notes:  Shows loan applications resulting in loan origination only. For more information, see HMDA User Guide.
"High-Cost" loans are those for which lenders must report the spread between the annual percentage rate (APR) on the loan and a benchmark for a typical prime rate loan. The High-Cost category is intended to flag loans that are likely to be subprime. Prior to October 1, 2009, for first lien loans, the threshold for reporting was 3 percentage points above the Treasury security; for junior lien loans, the threshold was 5 percentages points above the Treasury security. Starting October 1, 2009, the threshold was 1.5 percentage points above the average prime rate offer from Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS) for first lien loans and 3.5 percentage points for junior lien loans. See Guide to HMDA Reporting.
Sources:  Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data 2005-2014