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Why Borrowers Are Still Sweet on HARP

Despite overall refi volumes at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac declining in Q2, the FHFA’s quarterly refinance report revealed that borrowers were still opting for loans under HARP, a program that’s scheduled to expire at the end of the year.

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Testing the GSEs’ Performance in Adverse Conditions

mortgage rates

On Tuesday, the FHFA released the results of the annual stress tests for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, that determines how well they’re equipped to absorb losses during adverse or severely adverse economic conditions. Click through for the findings.

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Why Are Home Sellers Wary of Trading Up?

Home values

Home purchase sentiment has reached a plateau, according to a Fannie Mae report with buyers and sellers both citing one particular factor that’s making them rethink their decision to purchase or sell a home.

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Making a Case for Disaster Preparedness

How can the mortgage servicing industry work together to be better prepared for when a disaster strikes? The Five Star Institute’s Disaster Preparedness Summit hosted by DIMONT and Five Brothers on Wednesday tried to answer this question. Here are some key takeaways from the event.

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