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    • Here Are The Nation’s Healthiest And Unhealthiest Housing Markets March 27, 2017
      Posted To: MND NewsWireHousing remains in high demand in most of the nation, but the housing recovery looks increasingly uneven, depending on location. Whether buyers are shopping for their own homes or for investment properties that will throw off some cash, certain markets are becoming far more lucrative than anyone might have expected just a […]
    • More Evidence For Decelerating Home Price Gains March 27, 2017
      Posted To: MND NewsWireThe third major home price index released January data released on Monday and it became the third to post a deceleration in the rate of price appreciation. Black Knight Financial Services said that prices in January increased from January 2016 by 5.4 percent. Year-over-year increases had averaged of 5.75 percent over the […]
    • Trends in Credit Underwriting - Freddie Addresses Lack of Scores; M&A in the Appraisal Biz March 27, 2017
      Posted To: Pipeline PressThis week involves a fair amount of cross-country travel for me (California, Washington DC, Florida, and Utah), and as it turns out Wells Fargo is the first major US bank to roll out card-less ATMs across the country, allowing customers to withdraw money using their smartphone and a code. (Yes, another code […]
    • MBS Day Ahead: Markets to Congress: That's It? March 27, 2017
      Posted To: MBS CommentaryThe biggest questions for Monday comes from financial markets and is directed towards politicians in Washington. Are we done obsessing over the healthcare vote? Was that a true "postponement," or are you simply moving on? If the healthcare debate manages to heat up again this week, it could certainly cause the same […]
    • MBS RECAP: Bonds Fizzle as Week Ends Without Healthcare Vote March 24, 2017
      Posted To: MBS CommentaryMore than a few bond bulls out there (those are folks who want rates to go lower!) were eager for the vote to take place on the healthcare bill that drew most of the market's attention this week. They figured one of two things would happen. Most likely, there weren't enough votes […]
    • Mortgage Rates in Holding Pattern Until Healthcare Vote March 24, 2017
      Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchWhile some lenders were slightly better or worse versus yesterday, mortgage rates were unchanged on average today. This isn't much of surprise considering yesterday's much-anticipated healthcare vote never happened. It's rumored to occur this afternoon, but markets won't have much time to react before closing for the weekend. If you need […]

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