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  • U.S. Negative Equity Rate Drops to 16.9%

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    U.S. Negative Equity Rate Drops to 16.9%

    Author: Tory Barringer

    In a report released this week, property data company Zillow estimated that 8.7 million homeowners living in the nation's top housing markets were underwater on their mortgage as of the end of the third...

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  • Refinances Gain Market Share in November

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    Refinances Gain Market Share in November

    Author: Tory Barringer

    Out of a sample of closed loans drawn from Ellie Mae's origination platform last month, 45 percent were refinances, the company reported Wednesday. November's refinance share marked a 5 percentage point...

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  • Home Prices Down Again in October

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    Home Prices Down Again in October

    Author: Tory Barringer

    Home prices nationally fell slightly in October, marking the second consecutive month of declines after a long period of growth, according to the latest FNC Residential Price Index. Overall prices in the...

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  • Survey: Credit Loosening Everywhere Except Mortgages

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    Survey: Credit Loosening Everywhere Except Mortgages

    Author: Scott Morgan

    According to the OCC survey, 92 percent of surveyed banks originated residential real estate loans in 2014, and a full 20 percent reported tightening their standards regarding who can attain these loans....

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  • Lenders Sour on Outlook for Mortgage Demand

    Lenders Sour on Outlook for Mortgage Demand

    In a poll of senior mortgage officers conducted in November, Fannie Mae found consumer demand was down across all categories of home purchase loans, with only 42 percent of respondents reporting increases in demand for GSE-eligible loans, 43 percent for non-GSE loans, and 29 percent for government loans. Those shares compare to 53 percent, 65 percent,...

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  • Mortgage Denials Point to Much Tighter Market

    Mortgage Denials Point to Much Tighter Market

    In a report released Tuesday, researchers at the Urban Institute (UI) say that previous "traditional" observations of mortgage denial rates (calculated by dividing the number of denied mortgages by the total number of applications) provide an inaccurate look at credit availability because they include applicants with near-perfect credit profiles—those...

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