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PersonalHomeLoanMortgages.com: Today’s Mortgage News and Rates Thu, 23 Nov 2017 05:18:41 GMT  

Number of Mortgages in Trouble back to Prerecession Norms
After eight years of mortgage industry chaos, the foreclosures, defaults, and troubled loans are back down to prerecession levels.
Wells Fargo Plans to Keep More Mortgages on the Books
In order to compete in the sub-prime mortgage market, while avoiding further troubles with the feds, Wells Fargo is training 400 new loan underwriters and plans to keep more mortgages in their portfolio moving forward.
Thirty-Year Mortgage Rates Could Top 5 Percent by 2015
After over a year of teetering around all-time lows, the 30-year mortgage rate has skyrocketed, signifying good news for the national economy, and wary news for prospective home buyers.

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Mortgage News Daily Thu, 23 Nov 2017 05:18:44 GMT  

MBS RECAP: Bond Rally More Coincidence Than Causality

Posted To: MBS Commentary

We've discussed the tenor of Thanksgiving week in bond markets being more to do with serendipity than traditional "cause and effect" relationships. That means the events and data on the calendar that typically push and pull on bonds throughout the course of the day are less relevant than normal. Instead, it's the sometimes random, sometimes counter-intuitive tradeflows preceding a 4-day weekend that set the tone. And sometimes the seemingly random trades DO happen to line up in an intuitive way with the economic data and events. Today was one of those days. Both Durable Goods and Consumer Sentiment provided ways to justify bond buying. The only catch is that the bulk of bond buying didn't happen in direct response to either data release. Still, we can at least say the...(read more)

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Mortgage Rates Move Modestly Lower Ahead of Holiday

Posted To: Mortgage Rate Watch

Mortgage rates fell modestly today, with bond market strength both before and after the release of the Fed Minutes (a more detailed account of the Fed meeting that took place 3 weeks ago). Stronger bond markets correlate with lower rates. Bonds tend to benefit from weak economic data, low inflation expectations, and an accommodative monetary policy stance from the Fed. Today's economic data was generally weaker, but of particular importance at the moment were the inflation expectations in the consumer sentiment data, which came in near the lowest levels since the financial crisis. The Fed Minutes also mentioned some concern over intractably low inflation, though they continue to expect a rebound based on a strong labor market. Bond markets are already well aware the Fed is planning on hiking...(read more)

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Delinquencies Soar in Storm Impacted Areas

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As predicted, mortgage delinquencies resulting from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma continued to play out in October. Black Knight Financial Services, in its "First Look" at the month's loan performance data, said the delinquency rate spiked in both Texas and Florida, skewing the national data. The US delinquency rate rose 4 basis points (bps) during the month, but removing those two states from the equation results in a 14-bps decline. Delinquency rates in the two affected areas rose 24 percent (186 bps). In those parts of Florida affected by Irma, the increase from September was 36 percent. Black Knight says that the number of non-current loans, those that are 30 or more days past due, have risen 79 percent in Florida and 30 percent in Texas over the last six months. There are 66,000 delinquent...(read more)

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Fixed rate mortgage cuts tempt borrowers
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