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- 'Full house' as property asking prices increase in all regions of UK in October
Asking prices in every UK region broke records in October for the first time since March 2007, according to Rightmove, as buyers fear interest rate rise increasing the cost of a mortgage.
Daily Mail. Monday, 18 Oct 2021.
- Britain's best and worst mortgage lenders, according to their customers
Which? has revealed the results of its annual survey, which pits mortgage
lenders against one another in terms of their customer service and who offers the cheapest deals.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 17 Oct 2021.
- Second-largest U.S. mortgage lender ditches its plan to accept payments in bitcoin
United Wholesale Mortgage
is ditching its plan to accept crypto payments after its two-month pilot.
CNBC. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- Mortgage rate projected to top 4% in 2022 as Fed tapering plan nears
The Fed could begin tapering as soon as November, adding momentum to market forces that have been pushing mortgage
rates up in recent weeks.
Inman. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- WH details potential steps to curb climate change's economic impact
A new, 40-page report spells out moves that could alter the mortgage
process, stock market disclosures, retirement plans, federal procurement and government budgeting.
CBS News. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- Foreclosures are surging now that Covid mortgage bailouts are ending, but they're still at low levels
Foreclosures are starting to surge as programs designed to help homeowners contend with the Covid pandemic have begun to expire.
CNBC. Thursday, 14 Oct 2021.
- What's in the Cards for M&T Bank (MTB) This Earnings Season?
While moderate loan demand and yield-curve steepening are expected to have aided M&T Bank's (MTB) Q3 net interest income, low mortgage
banking revenues are anticipated to have been a spoilsport.
Zacks. Thursday, 14 Oct 2021.
- Keller Mortgage lays off 150 new employees following hiring spree
After nearly doubling the company's payroll to 1,000 employees, Keller Williams' lending arm has laid off 150 new recruits, close to one-third of its recent hires.
Inman. Wednesday, 13 Oct 2021.
- JPMorgan (JPM) Q3 Earnings Top on M&A Boom, Modest Loan Growth
Solid advisory business performance, rise in loan demand and large credit release aid JPMorgan's (JPM) Q3 earnings amid lower rates, normalizing trading business and soft mortgage
Zacks. Wednesday, 13 Oct 2021.
- Forbes Announces Expanded Lineup Of Speakers For The Under 30 Summit In Detroit, Presented By Rocket Mortgage
Newly Announced Speakers Include: Miranda Cosgrove, Actress And Executive Producer; Alexandr Wang, Founder and CEO, Scale AI; and April Koh, Founder and CEO, Spring Health.
Forbes. Thursday, 7 Oct 2021.
- Blackstone Mortgage Trust Passes Through 8% Yield Mark
In trading on Wednesday, shares of Blackstone Mortgage
Trust were yielding above the 8% mark based on its quarterly dividend (annualized to $2.48), with the stock changing hands as low as $30.83 on the day.
Forbes. Wednesday, 6 Oct 2021.
- Mortgage payments are increasingly unaffordable for homebuyers
The typical homebuyer must now spend almost a third of income toward their housing costs, the highest since 2008.
CBS News. Tuesday, 5 Oct 2021.
- Mortgage Application Rates Down as Interest Rates Rise to Highest Levels Since July
application rates in the United States fell by 1.1 percent last week driven by higher interest rate, according to the Mortgage
Bankers Association (MBA) Composite Index.
Entrepreneur. Thursday, 30 Sep 2021.
- LoanDepot Lawsuit Accuses Lender of Cutting Corners
A lawsuit by its former operations chief says that as loanDepot prepared to go public, its founder pushed workers to approve mortgages
New York Times. Wednesday, 22 Sep 2021.
- Blueberries for Europe: Portugal Mortgages Its Future for Present-Day Agricultural Profits
The berry market has transformed Portugal as plantations have sprung up in recent years. Conditions for workers are problematic and an already dry region is quickly using up its water supplies.
Spiegel Online. Monday, 20 Sep 2021.
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