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PersonalHomeLoanMortgages.com: Today’s Mortgage News and Rates Mon, 21 Aug 2017 04:31:47 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: Bonds Manage to Close 'Unchanged' Despite Some Volatility

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In the Day Ahead, we discussed bond traders' probable goals regarding keeping things as calm as possible. This depended on unexpected headlines and movements in external markets. Either of those were capable of throwing curveballs , and both threw a few today! Out of the gate, bonds were flat, but once equities trading picked up, Treasuries improved in line with a morning stock sell-off. At the time, it looked like stocks were set for a death-spiral well-into the lowest levels in more than a month. While most averages were indeed lower on the day, the losses were moderate. In fact, stocks were briefly positive due to mid-day Trump-related drama. This installment featured Bannon's departure from the White House team. I don't have any political views on this development, but markets...(read more)

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More 2017 Lows for Rates; More Trump Drama

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Mortgage rates moved lower again. Drama surrounding the Trump administration was also present. But this time around, the political theater wasn't responsible for the move lower in rates. In fact, it resulted in multiple lenders adjusting rate sheets higher in the middle of the day. Fortunately, rates fell enough in the morning that the net result was still positive. The average lender is at new lows for 2017 (lowest since just after the November 2016 election, in fact). 3.875% is now the most prevalently-quoted conventional 30yr fixed rate for top tier scenarios, although quite a few lenders remain at 4.00%. Next week brings the normally-hotly-anticipated Jackson Hole symposium, but with monetary policy for both the Fed and the European Central Bank essentially an open book of late, market...(read more)

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Freddie Mac to Automate Appraisals for Some Purchase Mortgages

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Freddie Mac announced today that, going forward, not every application for a purchase mortgage will necessarily trigger an appraisal . A new automated alternative to traditional appraisals, which the company introduced for refinances in June, will soon be available for purchase mortgages. It may save borrowers in some instances as much as $500, and reduce their wait to close a loan by seven to ten days. Freddie Mac's automated collateral evaluation (ACE) uses a proprietary model to assesses the need for an appraisal by using data from multiple listing services, public records, and information on historical home values to determine collateral risks. Lenders must submit loan data through Freddie Mac's Loan Product Advisor to determine if a property is eligible for ACE. ACE will be available for...(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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