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Online Searches Show Shifting Priorities

Buying a home is typically the largest purchase one makes in their lifetime and with that comes a lot of research. When beginning house shopping, most people tend to start at the same place they go to get all of their questions answered: the internet.   Instead of pulling ...

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Fannie Mae Survey Predicts Return to Normal Market Conditions

Mortgage lenders are predicting the market will return to some semblance of normal in 2022, at least that’s according to Fannie Mae’s Mortgage Lender Sentiment Survey, which is a quarterly poll of senior lending executives to assess their views and outlook across the mortgage market.  Among ...

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National Mortgage Delinquency Rate Drops Again

CoreLogic’s Loan Performance Insights Report for September 2021 found that just 3.9% of all mortgages nationwide were in some stage of delinquency (30 days or more past due, including those in foreclosure), a 2.4-percentage point decrease in delinquency compared year-over-year, when the ...

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The Typical Home Sold For $400K This Year

The housing market in 2021 was nothing short of remarkable as it seemingly could not be stopped from rising; even the low points of the year were record breaking. As the economy restarted and began to shake off the pandemic cobwebs, people's habits began to change. Due to ...

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Active Forbearance Numbers Continue to Fall

Mortgages that are in active forbearance plans continue to fall in December, led by portfolio held and privately securitized loans.  According to Black Knight’s McDash Flash daily mortgage performance dataset, which covers more than 197 million home loans and home equity data on more than 27 ...

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