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First Mortgage Default Rates Hold Steady

Although they did see a small uptick as last year ended, first mortgage default rates remained flat year-over-year, according to the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices covering data up through January. According to the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices released ...

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Refinance Volumes Increased in November 2017

More borrowers refinanced through FHFA’s HARP program in November on the back of mortgage rates that remained lower in October 2017, according to an FHFA report.

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Can Homebuyers Get Better Government Loan Modifications?

The second in a three-part series of reports examines government loan modification products available for loans insured by the FHA, the VA, or the USDA and explores how borrowers who fall behind on payments can receive adequate payment relief in a high market rate environment.

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Default Data After the Great Recession

A new JPMorgan Chase report examines the effects of mortgage modification programs in the aftermath of the Great Recession. How much difference did these programs make, and what can they tell us about the borrowers who made use of them?

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How Oil Prices Impact Mortgage Default

A new report found that delinquency rates are consistently dropping, except in areas that rely on oil prices for their economies. See what areas are being impacted.

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Cyprexx Expands InvisiBoard Offerings

Brandon, Florida based Cyprexx Services, LLC has launched new, more cost effective sheet sizes of its InvisiBoard polycarbonate in addition to providing select InvisiBoard products on Amazon.

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FHA Loans Could Lead to Portfolio Growth for Servicers

Altisource recently released its inaugural Default Servicing Survey, which pooled over 200 servicing professionals, which showed that industry experts believed that FHA and VA loans in their respective portfolios would increase in the coming year.

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Rates Go Down, but Things Are Looking Up

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac backed mortgages are hitting a 15-year high, according to a recent report. However, this is one of the few rates that increased—and that’s a good thing.

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