According to a recently released CoreLogic report, distressed and cash sales may reach their pre-crisis levels by the end of 2017.Read More »
Home Values Stay Strong Despite Rising Rates
A recent report from FHFA stated that home prices are up more than 6 percent year-over-year, with many states seeing double-digit growth.Read More »
Enhancing the Experience: How Tech is Improving Customer Convenience and Control
In an industry that is conforming to technology, mortgage originators are not only streamlining their business verticals to keep up with the industry standard, but they are also aligning with consumer interest by making services convenient and accessible.Read More »
Will Construction Activity Encourage Homeownership?
An increase in building permits could potentially spark interest among potential homebuyers.Read More »
Fannie Lists Billions in Non-performing Loan Pools
The GSE has announced the sale of five non-performing loan pools, including a smaller Community Impact Pool aimed at non-profits and minority-owned businesses.Read More »
Quicken Loans, DOJ Take First Step in Legal Battle
The U.S. Department of Justice and Quicken Loans attorneys met in a Detroit courtroom on Monday to discuss possible dismissal. If the case goes forward, the trial will begin April 11, 2019.Read More »
Which Region has the Best Suburbs?
A report released today ranks the hottest suburbs and suburban ZIP codes in the country, and the Southern region of the nation has proven to reign supreme.Read More »
More Money, Less Problems?
According to LendEDU.com, financial stability often leads to less financial stress in marriages.Read More »
The Ups and Downs of a Strong Economic Index
Though Bloomberg’s most recent State of the Economy Index is at its highest point since 2007 and its Consumer Confidence Index the biggest it’s been since mid-2015, that doesn’t mean the economy is in prime condition.Read More »
Consumer Confidence Hit Hard by Political Divide
A new survey from the University of Michigan has revealed a steep political divide in consumer sentiment and expectations.Read More »