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Cash-Out Refis Dominate Market, Increasing Risk Level

The latest Mortgage Default Index (MMDI) published by Milliman, Inc., showed that mortgage risk rate continues to increase in the second quarter of 2022 with heavy cash-out refinance volumes weighing on the market.  According to Milliman, the default risk for ...

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Milliman: Expected Slowdown Driving Uptick in Mortgage Risk

According to Milliman’s latest Mortgage Default Index (MMDI) covering the first quarter of 2022, mortgage originations continued a decline recorded over the last three quarters due to increased interest rates and a decline in originations and refinances.  The index value ...

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Default Rate Increases for GSE-Backed Loans

The results are in and over the course of the second quarter the default risk of government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) backed loans rose by 0.28% to 1.48% for acquisitions originating in the second quarter.  This data comes from the Milliman Mortgage Default Index (MMDI), which is a lifetime default rate estimate calculated at loan ...

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