The practice of labeling loans as A, B, and C will disappear as lenders sharpen their underwriting skills and become better at pricing, a top mortgage executive says.

"Down the road, the differences won't be between prime and subprime," said Warren Raybould, senior vice president with GE Capital Mortgage, Raleigh, N.C.

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