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What did S&P Say About Mortgage Defaults?

Consumer credit default rates for mortgages have remained fairly stable this year, according to a new analysis. Here’s a breakdown of how mortgage defaults performed compared to credit cars and auto loan default rates.

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FHA Issues New Requirements

In a move intended to speed up payments on claims, the FHA has revised certain requirements for servicers. Click through to learn more about these changes and what type of mortgages they would impact.

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Growth in Loans Drive BofA Revenue

Bank of America reported a solid third-quarter growth on Monday driven by growth in its overall loans. Click through to learn how residential mortgages and home equity performed during the quarter.

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Investment Trends in Single-Family Rentals

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Jeffrey Tesch, Managing Director RCN Capital speaks to DS News on investment in single-family rentals as well as lending strategies for investors in this space. Watch how lenders are reaching out to SFR investors.

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Factors Impacting Delinquent Loan Projections

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While it is easy for mortgage servicers to think about revenue realization for more extreme delinquency levels, how can they account for those in the early levels of default? A recent webinar on mortgage servicing rights gave insights into this question.

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What’s Driving Mortgage Servicing?

From business expansion to exploring the value of artificial intelligence to make mortgage servicing more cost-effective, Steven Frie, Director Structured Finance at S&P Global Ratings shares his views on the trends that are shaping the industry.

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The Thin Red Line

Real estate professionals are reporting that borrowers of color with good income and good credit are still finding it challenging to get loans to purchase homes. Editor’s Note: This feature originally appeared in the September issue of DS News.

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