In this week’s mortgage rate summary, we’ll touch on the MBS market movements, their effect on volatility, and how COVID-19’s impact on the world is shaping the mortgage market.
The rate of forbearances (delaying the repayment of mortgage loans) are dropping, according to recent data released by Black Knight and Housing Wire.
HousingWire’s Kathleen Howley cites Black Knight in reporting
As the nation continues to struggle against COVID-19, one industry appears to be seeing surprising growth. Home sales are hot right now, and even a pandemic can’t seem to slow
With the exception of the stock market, sometimes it’s good news when the numbers go down. According to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), the number of mortgages in forbearance fell
In our latest Mortgage Market Update, we’ll take a look at how today’s mortgage rates are trending and what borrowers (and lenders) can likely expect in the days to come.
Second-quarter home sales are generating big profits for home sellers across the nation.
Many home sellers these days are raking it in, having gained, on average, a $75,971 profit on a
Apparently it takes more than a pandemic to slow down Texas home sales. Despite the global spread of COVID-19 and the disease’s tragic effects, the real estate industry in the
Forbearances, the vehicle by which many of the country’s unemployed have been able to delay their mortgage payments during the pandemic, are now dropping big time. According to Black Knight
While home buyers may not be as pleased these days, sellers have smiles on their faces. The news (statistics always lag behind a bit) is that national home prices notched
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