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Number of Active Forbearances Experiences a Spike

According to the daily loan-level data on the Black Knight blog, the numbers of mortgages in active forbearance increased for the first time in six weeks. Those totals increased by 21,000 week-over-week. The spike was abetted mainly by a bounce ...

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Could Home Price Surge Lead to Another Crash?

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Even in the face of a pandemic, elevated unemployment, and a general nationwide recession, home prices have surged, researchers recently reported.  “Prices are defying logic, expectations, and even belief, as they shoot up to record highs amid an unprecedented health and economic crisis,” ...

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A Closer Look at Latest Forbearance Report

According to recent findings posted from Black Knight’s McDash Flash Forbearance Tracker, the number of mortgages in active forbearance stayed steady this past week, neither increasing or decreasing in any great way. Specific details released by Black Knight reveals a ...

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Preparing for the End of Forbearance

Editor's note: This piece originally appeared in the August 2020 edition of DS News, now available. It’s not too late for mortgage servicers to prepare for the next pandemic-driven event—a likely rise in loan modifications and loss mitigation requests. Charles ...

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‘Echo Wave’ of Forbearance Expirations Predicted

Black Knight reveals the number of active forbearance plans fell this last week, with more than 75% of loans that are currently in active forbearance facing extension plans. Black Knight, Inc., a leading provider of integrated software, data and analytics ...

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