By AnnaMaria Andriotis, The Wall Street Journal
Banks are hoping a little variety can bring some life to the ailing mortgage market.
They are starting to ease their stringent requirements and offering a wider range of loans. The options being dusted off — many of them dormant since the housing bust — include interest-only mortgages and so-called piggyback loans. They also are promoting adjustable-rate mortgages and rolling out more-attractive terms.
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