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Seniors Are Worth Trillions in Equity

Seniors are sitting on trillions in untapped equity. A recent report noted that retirement-aged homeowners saw an increase of 2.8 percent in home equity, or $170.7 billion, in Q4 2016. This puts their total housing wealth at $6.2 trillion. However, many seniors are still unwilling to tap into this wealth.

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Credit Unions Kick Lending Up a Notch

Mortgage lending among credit unions experienced significant gains for the first quarter of the year, but their supervisory agency cautioned that these institutions should monitor risks.

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Portfolio Lender TD Bank Braces for Lending Growth

During the mortgage crisis, portfolio lenders like TD Bank stood out as financial institutions that embraced the idea of quality underwriting and lending—especially since they kept loans in-house, taking the risk on their own balance sheets.

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Tight Lending Standards Cause Credit Availability Index to Drop

The Total Mortgage Credit Availability Index (MCAI) decreased in June, indicating that lending standards are tightening, according to a release from the Mortgage Bankers Association on Tuesday. The Total MCAI, which was benchmarked to 100 in March 2012, declined by 0.5 percent in June down to 122.

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