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Mortgage and Home Finance News

Guild Mortgage Gets Fannie Mae STAR Recognition

April 12th, 2019 | Mortgage and Home Finance News

Fannie Mae honored Guild Mortgage for its competency, capacity, and overall performance in servicing for 2018 STAR Program year. The post Guild Mortgage Gets Fannie Mae STAR Recognition appeared first on theMReport.com. [ read full article ]

Consumer confidence in housing market surges

April 11th, 2019 | Mortgage and Home Finance News

Surveys of American consumers continue to point to renewed optimism in the housing market. Fannie Mae’s Home Purchase Sentiment Index approached an all-time high reading in March, gaining five points over February to reach 89.8. This was driven by greater numbers of survey respondents who believed it was a good time to buy as well […]

Shifting Demographics Are Boosting the Multifamily Market

April 11th, 2019 | Mortgage and Home Finance News

Understand the evolving demands of renters to capitalize on new-construction projects. Read the article from Brian Emmons of Merchants Capital for more. #commercialrealestate #mortgagelender The national homeownership rate in second quarter 2018 represented one of the first year over year increases since 2006 in the share of U.S. households that own their homes. Yet, real […]

#FannieMae #Homebuyers Sellers Set for the Spring Season

April 10th, 2019 | Mortgage and Home Finance News

Fannie Mae: Homebuyers, Sellers Set for the Spring Season Here’s why the Fannie Mae Home Purchase Sentiment Index has seen a recent spike, and what this means for the housing market. The post Fannie Mae: Homebuyers, Sellers Set for the Spring Season appeared first on theMReport.com. [ read full article ]

Measuring Mortgage Rates

April 10th, 2019 | Mortgage and Home Finance News
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According to a recent report, many homebuyers and refinancers are receiving lower than average rates. Get the details on the latest rate trends here. The post Measuring Mortgage Rates appeared first on theMReport.com. [ read full article ]

Deadly #RealEstate #HomeMortgage Mistakes to Avoid If #Self-Employed #Massachusetts

April 10th, 2019 | Mortgage and Home Finance News

3 Deadly Mortgage Mistakes to Avoid If You’re Self-Employed Love being your own boss? Unfortunately, you might not love the process of applying for a mortgage when you’re self-employed. Of course, you won’t be alone: The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the number of self-employed workers in the U.S. will climb to 10.3 million by […]

Good News for Homebuyers

April 8th, 2019 | Mortgage and Home Finance News

Homebuyers may have even lower prices to look forward to in the coming months, according to a recent report. The post Good News for Homebuyers appeared first on theMReport.com. [ read full article ]

Why Is Loan Application Defect Risk Rising? #RealEstate #LoanApplication

April 5th, 2019 | Mortgage and Home Finance News

A new report explores the factors driving buyers to seek qualification for larger loans, as well as what’s behind recent increases in loan app defects. Will these fluctuations stabilize soon? The post Why Is Loan Application Defect Risk Rising? appeared first on theMReport.com. [ read full article ]

Super Low Rates Had a Big Impact, But Now They’re Moving Back Up #RealEstate #MortgageRates #MortgageLoans

April 5th, 2019 | Mortgage and Home Finance News
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Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchMortgage rates resumed a week-long move higher today, bringing them to the highest levels since March 19th or 20th, depending on the lender. Between now and then, they’d fallen abruptly to the best levels in more than 15 months. The improvements were meaningful enough to draw out refinance applicants in droves […]

MBS Day Ahead: Bonds Filling The Post-Fed Breakout Gap #RealEstateAttorney

April 5th, 2019 | Mortgage and Home Finance News
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Posted To: MBS CommentaryWith 10yr yields beginning the day well over 2.50% and with 2.55% being the line in the sand marking the breakout from the sideways range at the beginning of 2019, it’s fair to say that bonds have more or less “filled the gap.” This is a common conclusion/prediction among market technicians when […]

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