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Predicting the Future of the Hispanic Housing Market

Hispanic homeownership has steadily grown for seven consecutive years, and it is predicted that Hispanic households will account for 70% of homeownership growth over the next 20 years. But amidst a tight housing market, potential Hispanic homebuyers —especially first-time buyers— ...

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Home Price Growth Decelerates in July

According to S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller home prices experienced a near 16% annual gain in July, a total that slid 2.3% month-over-month, as the Fed continues to take action to remedy the nation’s economy.

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Ginnie Mae Loans in Forbearance Rise in August

While overall mortgage servicers’ portfolio volume of loans in forbearance continues to dwindle, Ginnie Mae loans in forbearance increased in August, with approximately 360,000 U.S. homeowners currently in forbearance plans.

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Servicers Adapt to Changing Times

COVID-19 presented mortgage servicers with a new challenge, creating and executing new customer solutions, while managing the impact of the pandemic on their own workforce.

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Freddie Mac CRT Produces Record First Half of Year

Freddie Mac’s Single-Family business announced that its Credit Risk Transfer (CRT) program reported Q2 2022 CRT issuance of approximately $6.5 billion, protecting approximately $151 billion in unpaid principal balance (UPB) of single-family mortgages. The final total was a record for a second ...

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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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