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Mortgage Credit Availability on the Rise

Homeowners may be eligible for a tax credit for a portion of their previously paid mortgage interest, according to recent report that states mortgage credit availability has seen a slight increase in multiple component indices.

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Mortgage Apps Dip Down

Over the last week, mortgage applications have dipped more than 2 percent, a new survey shows. But just how much have they dropped—and will it continue?

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Weekly Update: Mortgage Rates Drop, Applications on the Rise

Two weekly reports show that mortgage rates are down—the lowest they’ve been in seven months, and mortgage application volume is up. Seasonally adjusted, purchase index is on the rise while unadjusted remains down over 10 percent. 10-year treasury yield also fell this week.

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Independent Mortgage Banks Show Production and Profits Down

The 2017 Quarterly Mortgage Bankers Performance Report for Q1 was released on Tuesday and reported that independent mortgage banks were having a rough start in the first quarter of 2017. Per loan, gains and production costs are down, resulting in lower net profits. Q1 was also a record breaking quarter for two statistics since its inception in 2008.

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Mortgage Rates Down, Loan Applications Up

As previously predicted, mortgage rates reacted to the recent drop in the Treasury yield, falling this week to a 2017 low. However, these low rates may soon bounce back, with 30 percent of mortgage professionals polled predicting that next week will see a rise in rates. For now, the industry is experiencing an increase in loan applications as applicants move to take advantage of the favorable market.

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