Tagged: HomeFinance

Mortgage Rates Bounce Back

May 22nd, 2019 | HomeFinance


How are new Borrowers Managing to Come up With Down Payments? #RealEstateAttorney #Boston #Massachusetts

May 11th, 2019 | HomeFinance


#Condominium #RealEstate #Mortgage Business – Poised for a Breakout #ClosingAttorney #Massachusetts

May 10th, 2019 | HomeFinance


Residential Construction Spending Falling Behind 2018

May 6th, 2019 | HomeFinance


Something About 2.50 Percent #TreasuryYields #Bonds #BondMarket #EstatePlanning #RetirementIncome

May 3rd, 2019 | HomeFinance


Real Estate Lenders Look to Technology Solutions to Increase Profitability

April 24th, 2019 | HomeFinance

Posted To: MND NewsWireAs profit margins have continued to shrink, mortgage lenders have been seeking to utilize technology to reduce their production expenses which involve in part transmitting large volumes of data among several interconnected parties such as consumers, investors, service provider, and others. In an article in the Fannie Mae Perspectives blog the company’s […]

Purchase Volume Continues Higher Despite Rising Rates

April 18th, 2019 | HomeFinance

Purchase Volume Continues Higher Despite Rising Rates Posted To: MND NewsWireIt would appear that Refis’ time in the sun is listing back towards purchases, as mortgage rates increased for the second straight week and application volume retreated further . The Mortgage Bankers Association’s Market Composite Index, a measure of that volume, decreased 3.5 percent on […]

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

April 5th, 2019 | HomeFinance
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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 | HomeFinance

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 […]

#eMortgage, #LoanTrading Products Survey Findings Lender Disaster News #Mortgage #RealEstateLaw

April 1st, 2019 | HomeFinance

eMortgage, Loan Trading Products; Comprehensive Survey Findings; Lender Disaster News Posted To: Pipeline Press“Rob, are you hearing that the sudden increase in lock volume is from borrowers who had a lock with one lender moving to another lender?” Not yet, and let’s hope not, loans are “stickier” now, and that this practice was just something […]

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