Delinquencies, foreclosures, and homes in negative equity are continuing to free fall, according to the Urban Institute’s Housing Finance at a Glance monthly chartbook. Shares of all three declined over the quarter and the year. According to the chartbook, ever-rising home prices are playing a big role in the continuing decline of underwater mortgages. “With housing … Continue reading Delinquencies Take Another Dive by Aly Yale
REMEMBER - Seller closing fee special - $295.00 attorney fee - going on right now! Send us your sale contracts! 1) The majority of people think that lending standards need to be loosened to create homeownership and banking over-regulation needs to be rolled back. 2) It is not profitable to build entry level homes 3) … Continue reading 10 points to ponder
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If it were a game of limbo, July would be the winner. That month, the composite default rate reached the biggest low it’s experienced in 12 months—down 18 basis points to 3.31 percent—according to the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices. The indices show that the composite rate leapt one basis point from the prior month … Continue reading Credit Where It’s Due by Alison Rich
By now you’ve probably heard of the huge business deal that closed in the single-family rental (SFR) market last week. If not—Invitation Homes and Starwood Waypoint Homes, two of the largest SFR landlords merged. It was a $4.3 billion dollar deal with a combined 82,000 homes in 17 metro areas. Pocket change, right? The merger … Continue reading SFR: How Does it Affect Homebuyers? by Brianna Gilpin
The Libor index is going away. For U.S. consumers, its demise is most likely to be felt in adjustable-rate mortgages. So-called ARMs -- where the interest rate rises and falls with broader indexes -- are often closely tied to Libor, or the London interbank offered rate. While ARMs are out of favor these days, they … Continue reading A Mortgage Mystery: What Happens to ARMs When Libor Goes Away? by Christina Rexrode