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    The term "sub-prime mortgages" applies to those mortgages that were approved for those whom many banks would have turned down. This may include those with a spotty credit history or who earned less than most banks would think is the minimum salary requirement to be eligible for a mortgage. Some years back, many smaller mortgage companies sprang up with more relaxed requirements for those applying for mortgages, and the term sub-prime mortgages began to be used for these applicants.
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