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HARP Modifications Dwindle; Overall Refi Activity Way Down

By Tory Barringer Monthly refinance numbers moved in fits and starts throughout 2014, bouncing between a low of 105,059 in March and October’s year-to-date high—though the trend in the year’s latter half was largely upward as mortgage rates fell to nearly 4.0 percent. The post HARP Modifications Dwindle; Overall Refi Activity Way Down appeared first on DSNews. Via:: HARP Modifications …

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HARP Modifications Dwindle; Overall Refi Activity Way Down

By Tory Barringer Monthly refinance numbers moved in fits and starts throughout 2014, bouncing between a low of 105,059 in March and October’s year-to-date high—though the trend in the year’s latter half was largely upward as mortgage rates fell to nearly 4.0 percent. The post HARP Modifications Dwindle; Overall Refi Activity Way Down appeared first on DSNews. Via:: HARP Modifications …

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Fed Economists to Lead Public Discussion in Flint, Michigan, on January 22

By Brian Honea Two economists from the Detroit branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago will lead an economic forecast discussion on Thursday, January 22, in Flint, Michigan, according to an announcement from Baker College of Flint Center for Business. Senior economist Paul Traub and business economist Martin Lavelle, both of the Detroit branch of Chicago’s Fed Bank, will …

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Fed Economists to Lead Public Discussion in Flint, Michigan, on January 22

By Brian Honea Two economists from the Detroit branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago will lead an economic forecast discussion on Thursday, January 22, in Flint, Michigan, according to an announcement from Baker College of Flint Center for Business. Senior economist Paul Traub and business economist Martin Lavelle, both of the Detroit branch of Chicago’s Fed Bank, will …

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HARP Modifications Dwindle; Overall Refi Activity Way Down

By Tory Barringer Monthly refinance numbers moved in fits and starts throughout 2014, bouncing between a low of 105,059 in March and October’s year-to-date high—though the trend in the year’s latter half was largely upward as mortgage rates fell to nearly 4.0 percent. The post HARP Modifications Dwindle; Overall Refi Activity Way Down appeared first on DSNews. Via:: HARP Modifications …

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HARP Modifications Dwindle; Overall Refi Activity Way Down

By Tory Barringer Monthly refinance numbers moved in fits and starts throughout 2014, bouncing between a low of 105,059 in March and October’s year-to-date high—though the trend in the year’s latter half was largely upward as mortgage rates fell to nearly 4.0 percent. The post HARP Modifications Dwindle; Overall Refi Activity Way Down appeared first on DSNews. Via:: HARP Modifications …

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Fed Economists to Lead Public Discussion in Flint, Michigan, on January 22

By Brian Honea Two economists from the Detroit branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago will lead an economic forecast discussion on Thursday, January 22, in Flint, Michigan, according to an announcement from Baker College of Flint Center for Business. Senior economist Paul Traub and business economist Martin Lavelle, both of the Detroit branch of Chicago’s Fed Bank, will …

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HARP Modifications Dwindle; Overall Refi Activity Way Down

By Tory Barringer Monthly refinance numbers moved in fits and starts throughout 2014, bouncing between a low of 105,059 in March and October’s year-to-date high—though the trend in the year’s latter half was largely upward as mortgage rates fell to nearly 4.0 percent. The post HARP Modifications Dwindle; Overall Refi Activity Way Down appeared first on DSNews. Via:: HARP Modifications …

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