The predictions for the housing market in 2022 in Greater Dallas look a lot like they did in 2021, with a few twists. There will still be more buyers than
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
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
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
As more people go back to work and can pay their bills during the COVID-19 shutdowns, mortgage holders’ requests for loan forbearance has slowed considerably as well, according to Housing
It’s not just a matter of taking the government up on its offer to postpone your mortgage payment. Doing so may find you in a murkier place than simply feeling
Mortgage rates appear to have fared unexpectedly well for the previous year. Reflecting back on 2019, it’s clear that last year’s mortgage market was the best since the height of
When mortgage rates plummet to historically low levels, you have to expect a reaction from the borrowing public. And, as usual, they did not disappoint. Borrowers got themselves to their
In this week’s Mortgage Market Update, we’ll examine three things that could greatly impact the upcoming mortgage rate forecast. First, let’s review how interest rates change within the market.
In this week’s Mortgage Market Update, we’ll see how mortgage rates are trending, where they’re likely to move and monitor a potential increase in rate volatility. Before we dive into