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PersonalHomeLoanMortgages.com: Today’s Mortgage News and Rates Sat, 16 Dec 2017 15:17:21 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 Sat, 16 Dec 2017 15:17:22 GMT  

MBS RECAP: Bond Traders Have Had Enough

Posted To: MBS Commentary

Bond traders are increasingly saying "enough already! " when it comes to reacting to every little push and pull in the tug-o-war over the tax bill. After headlines suggested Rubio may be pulling his "yes" vote yesterday, today's news was different. Concessions were made and the GOP once again had enough votes to move forward. Stocks and bonds moved lower together with yesterday's Rubio headlines and higher with today's. Granted, this was a much bigger deal for stocks, but bonds were taking part nonetheless. That is, until this afternoon when bonds decided enough was enough and proceeded to rally back toward 'unchanged.' Was it really as simple as bond traders getting fed up with all the political horse-trading? No, not even remotely. Bond traders have...(read more)

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Mortgage Rates Hold Recent Lows

Posted To: Mortgage Rate Watch

Mortgage rates moved slightly lower today, despite movement in bond markets that would have suggested otherwise. The paradoxical strength is likely due to the fact that bonds improved faster yesterday without mortgage lenders adjusting rate sheets accordingly. In other words, we began the day with an advantage thanks to lenders being overly cautious yesterday. From here we could even see a few lenders adjust rate sheets for the better as bonds have managed to find their footing at the end of the day. To put this talk of "improved rates" in context, many prospective borrowers would not see any difference between today's loan quotes and yesterday's. Some lenders didn't make any changes. Others merely offered modest reductions in upfront costs. It's only when we look at the average lender and...(read more)

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Freddie and Fannie May Get Another Jumpstart

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There has been a flurry of news about the two GSEs, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, in the last few weeks. The House Financial Services Committee recently advanced H.R. 4560, the GSE Jumpstart Reauthorization Act of 2017 to the full house for consideration. The proposed bill extends the GSE Jumpstart Act through January 1, 2019, and was approved 33-27. The Jumpstart Act prohibits the sale of the GSE preferred shares owned by the Treasury Department without congressional approval . The bill also permits the GSEs to suspend their payments into the Housing Trust Fund for any period when it is unable to make its full dividend payment to Treasury. We take that to mean the bill will not be a precursor to allowing the GSEs to retain any part of their net profits which are currently swept in their entirety...(read more)

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Fixed rate mortgage cuts tempt borrowers
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