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The MReport Webcast: Wednesday 5/13/2015

By Jordan Funderburk According to the latest quarterly report by the National Association of Realtors, home prices have increased in the majority of metro areas included for Q1 2015. A high demand for housing along with low inventory levels caused prices to go up significantly and areas that experienced double-digit price appreciation doubled compared to last quarter. The report found …

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MBS Day Ahead: After Another 2015 High, Rates Consider Another Correction

By Matthew Graham Posted To: MBS Commentary Who’s to say if the next correction will be like the last correction which lasted all of 1.5 days before bonds got blasted again? But even the biggest corrections must start with appallingly short, tenuous corrections. When we have those appallingly short, tenuous corrections, technical studies move into a position where they’re “ready” …

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DS News Webcast: Wednesday 5/12/2015

By Jordan Funderburk Completed foreclosures experienced another substantial year-over-year decline in March, moving even further away from their peak from nearly five years ago, according to CoreLogic’s March 2015 National Foreclosure Report released on Tuesday. Foreclosure inventory also fell substantially year-over-year in March, declining by 25.7 percent down to about 542,000 mortgages, about 1.4 percent of all mortgages nationwide. March …

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HFPC Panel Addresses Servicing Hot-Topics

By xhevrije Mortgage service regulations have not yet fully caught up with significant industry changes over the past five years, according to an Urban Wire blog post by the Urban Institute and author Karan Kaul. The post HFPC Panel Addresses Servicing Hot-Topics appeared first on theMReport.com. Via:: HFPC Panel Addresses Servicing Hot-Topics       

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Study Shows Millennials Pose Less Credit Risk than Gen Xers or Boomers

By Brian Honea Millennials, which are viewed by many analysts as the key to driving the housing market recovery, are actively seeking credit but largely being denied, according to a white paper released Tuesday by ID Analytics titled “Millennials: High Risk or Untapped Opportunity?” The post Study Shows Millennials Pose Less Credit Risk than Gen Xers or Boomers appeared first …

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Study Shows Traditional Credit Scores May Not Be Accurate When Assessing Risk Millennials Pose

By Brian Honea Millennials were found to have to have lower credit scores in 80 percent of the categories that make up traditional credit scores such as mortgage loans, auto loans, credit cards, and other installment loan payment histories because many young adults simply do not have any credit history with these financial products, with the exception of student loans. …

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Goldman Sachs to Pay Australian Bank $100 Million

By Brian Honea Goldman Sachs has been ordered by arbitrators to pay approximately $100 million to National Australia Bank (NAB) for a “conflict of interest” regarding mortgage-backed securities sales in the run-up to the mortgage meltdown, according to media reports. The post Goldman Sachs to Pay Australian Bank $100 Million appeared first on theMReport.com. Via:: Goldman Sachs to Pay Australian …

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