Google+
  • Ocwen7.57+0.45 +6.32%
  • Zillow25.32+0.89 +3.64%
  • Trulia47+0 +0%
  • NationStar16.25+0.52 +3.31%
  • CoreLogic37.82+0.65 +1.75%
  • RE/MAX36.66+0.25 +0.69%
  • Fannie Mae2.3501+0.0001 +0.0043%
  • Freddie Mac2.25+0.00 +0.00%
  • Wells Fargo51.99+1.00 +1.96%
  • CitiMortgage51.75+0.81 +1.59%
  • Bank of America15.85+0.32 +2.06%
  • Fidelity National Financial36.64+0.46 +1.27%
  • First American38.37+0.76 +2.01%
  • AUDUSD=X0.7006-0.0034 -0.4829%
  • USDJPY=X120.3195-0.0405 -0.0336%
  • WP Stock Ticker
Home | Tag Archives: Fitch Ratings

Tag Archives: Fitch Ratings

Housing Demand Shifting Toward Central Parts of Cities

commercial-two

*+-According to Fitch, home prices have grown 50 percent faster in urban centers than in the larger metro statistical areas (MSAs) since 2000. City centers are expected to continue to experience growth due to the shift in demand, even in regions lacking significant fundamental support, and are currently considered overvalued.

Read More »

RoundPoint’s Rating Outlook Adjusted From ‘Stable’ to ‘Negative’

hands-writing1

*+-RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing Corporation's residential mortgage servicer ratings have been adjusted, Fitch Ratings confirmed. Fitch determined that RoundPoint's U.S. residential primary servicer rating for subprime product is 'RPS3+' and the U.S. residential special servicer rating is 'RSS3+'. In addition, the rating outlooks have been revised to 'negative' from 'stable.'

Read More »

Report: Mortgage Regulations Have Had Positive Impact on RMBS Sector

regulations

*+-While the onslaught of new mortgage regulations in the last year has created headaches for lenders, it's had a clear positive impact in one area, Fitch Ratings says in a new report: the residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) sector. In its latest look at the RMBS segment, the company says that while the market still has some rebuilding left to do, it "has seen some rather substantial improvements of late," owing in large part to improved loan underwriting standards in recent years.

Read More »
Scroll To Top