CoreLogic: 10.4 million mortgages still in negative equity CoreLogic data includes more than 50 million properties with a mortgage, which accounts for more than 95 percent of all mortgages in the U.S. CoreLogic uses public record data as the source of the MDO, which includes both first-mortgage liens and second liens, and is adjusted for amortization and home equity utilization in order to capture the.
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Mortgage industry raises concerns about new HMDA rules The Mortgage Bankers Association and a half-dozen other industry trade groups urged the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to increase the threshold for reporting Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data on closed-end mortgage loans.Consumer confidence stabilizes after a series of declines From the following list of series, pick out the one that is in the index of coincident economic indicators. the cost of producing a unit of output is decreasing. Suppose the employment cost index is decreasing while labor productivity is increasing. This means: the cost of producing a unit of output is increasing.TD Bank drives growth with portfolio-based lending “But we kind of think the forward-looking commentary from the (bank conference calls) are going to be more important.” For more than a year analysts have predicted a marked slowdown in consumer loan.
Investors snap up Windsor shopping center for $5.5 million A real estate investment trust showed its faith in the region’s commercial market when it paid $5.55 million to buy the New Windsor Marketplace retail plaza. The purchase includes 29,370 square feet of shopping space.
The median home price in April was about $267,000, up 3.6 percent from a year. In April, sales of previously owned homes were down more than 4 percent from. Both Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, the quasi-governmental.