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PersonalHomeLoanMortgages.com: Today’s Mortgage News and Rates Fri, 26 May 2017 15:59:06 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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MBS RECAP: Next Week Should be More Interesting

Posted To: MBS Commentary

Today was a non-starter, despite the presence of economic data that certainly had the street cred to move markets (if markets were inclined to move). GDP cam in stronger than expected at +1.2 vs +0.9 forecast, as did Durable Goods (-0.7 vs -1.2 forecast). The biggest counterpoint in the data was the weakness in the "Cap-Ex" component of Durable Goods (officially... "Non-defense capital goods orders, excluding aircraft") which came in at 0.0 vs 0.5 forecast. Think of Cap-Ex like the " core " component in the same way "Core CPI" is thought to be more relevant than plain old CPI. Whether the Cap-Ex miss was enough to justify bond market ground-holding is at moot point. Traders didn't trade the data either way. The day ended up being an opportunity for...(read more)

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Mortgage Rates Coast Into Extended Weekend

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Mortgage rates didn't move much today. Lenders that made detectable adjustments generally did so in a moderately positive direction. While this isn't remotely enough to make a difference in the actual NOTE rate on a mortgage quote, it could make for microscopically lower upfront costs (thereby affecting the "effective" rate). As far as note rates are concerned, most lenders continue quoting conventional 30yr fixed rates in a range centered on 4.0%. In terms of economic data--something that typically moves bond markets (and thus rates)--there were two key reports this morning. The 1st revision of Q1 GDP was slightly stronger than expected, rising to 1.2% from 0.7% previously. A separate report, Durable Goods Orders, was also stronger than expected, but contained some internal components that...(read more)

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Wages and Inflation; The Fed and Mortgage Rates

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Ready to rush off and join the blockchain rush? Not so fast. The implementation of blockchain technology in the financial-services industry is meeting some resistance, with enthusiasm not equating to industrywide rollout. Like GSE reform, it will take many years and while blockchain's potential for improving efficiency, security, and cost savings has been discussed, the commodity sector has concerns about loss of confidentiality, while other industry participants say formal regulation and oversight of the technology is needed . Capital Markets Tax reform looks increasingly unlikely this year as Republican rhetoric shifts to simple tax cuts, says Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore. Both sides of the political aisle contain ample support for tax reform , he says, but the Republican majority has failed to...(read more)

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This is Money | Mortgages & homes Thu, 23 Jun 2011 23:22:24 GMT  

Fixed rate mortgage cuts tempt borrowers
Homeowners have more cheap mortgages to choose from as two-year fixes fall back to below 3% and the best five-year fixes sneak under 4% monopoly houses and a key
Estate agents sell just one home a week
Estate agents are selling an average of one property a week as the housing slump worsens, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors said today A woman looking at an estate agent's window
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