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Have Forbearances ‘Reached a Floor?’

The number of homeowners in forbearance plans has dropped by 35,000 month-over-month, however the number of those entering and exiting Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Ginnie Mae loans is nearly equal for these loan types.

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RMBS Modifications and Repayments Increase Post-Forbearance

As pandemic forbearance plans continue to expire, borrowers are continuing to choose loan modifications and other repayment options going forward.  According to Fitch Ratings’ fourth-quarter 2021 Residential Mortgage Backed Servicer Metric Report, servicers reported a decline in loan modifications from ...

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Forbearance Exits Continue to Rise

The number of homeowners in forbearance plans fell further in December, as the MBA estimates that just 705,000 U.S. homeowners are currently in some stage of forbearance.

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January Active Forbearance Numbers Fall Yet Again

Mortgages that are in active forbearance plans continue to fall in January, led by FHA/VA plans.  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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