Author: US Mortgage Blog

When you are buying a new property it is best to know whether the market value of the property is adjacent to the sales prices asked. The mortgage lender that... Read More

In many parts of the United States, the suburbs have become more expensive, in part due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the trend of increased telecommuting. However, whether this will influence... Read More

High mortgage rates, low transaction costs, and intense competition prompted BayFirst National Bank to close its mortgage business and lay off workers. BayFirst National Bank’s parent company is BayFirst Financial Corp.... Read More

When it comes to the pool of mortgages that investor purchase to gain profit, collateralized mortgage obligations provide a structure for the investors to select the level of risk and... Read More

When you buy a home, there are many documents that you sign before you close on the home. Every document that you sign has its significance. Some documents are related... Read More

The Monthly Report for Monitoring of the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) shows that the total number of current and forbearance loans against 0.74% of the volume of the management portfolio... Read More

As the Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) begins its two-day meeting today, many observers expect it to announce another 75% rate hike on Wednesday. A third consecutive 0.75% increase... Read More

When you apply for credit to purchase a product, real estate, or service, your lender has to go through a lot of laws and regulations before they can provide you... Read More

With the typical rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage ascending to 5.89% this week, the most significant level starting around 2008, home affordability has tumbled to another 35-year low, Dark... Read More

Following the most recent round of cutbacks, Homepoint has contracted its labor force from around 4,000 specialists in the late spring of 2021 to around 1,000 in the fall of... Read More