Reform group finds “disturbing pattern” against people of color and low income borrowers
The mortgage delinquency rate for one-to-four-unit residential properties rose 4.80% on a quarter-to-quarter basis during the last three months of 2016, a survey by the Mortgage Bankers’ Association (MBA) revealed
New job listings from Google suggest that the search giant is looking to bring its mortgage comparison tool to the United States.
Industry pros say that housing finance reform is not a priority for the White House and as long as Fannie and Freddie are returning steady profits to the U.S. Treasury, there will be no incentive to reform them.
While the clock is ticking on the refi market, smart mortgage pros are preparing now to target the next generation of buyers. Kelly Booth of El Segundo, California-based Velocify provides a four-step plan to successfully target younger borrowers.
The new regulations require investors to consider modifying borrowers’ mortgages before foreclosing.
More affluent are moving downtown instead of suburbs…Freddie Mac predicts strong year for multifamily… A third of realtors carry a weapon
With regulation being this tight, I can't help but wonder if something is wrong with the system--if legislation has gone too far.