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By Brandon Cornett | May 26, 2011 | © HBI, all rights reserved. Some mortgage lenders are requiring more cash reserves today than they did in the past. Its part of the less-risk mentality adopted in the wake of the housing crash. For borrowers, it means one more hoop to jump through when qualifying for a mortgage. And for a rising number of home buyers, it can be a painful lesson in mortgage rejection. What are Cash Reserves. The term cash reserves refers to extra money the borrower has in the bank on closing day.