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- Mortgage Interest Rates Stay Low As House Prices Continue Upward Climb
Interest rates are nearing their lowest rates on record as home prices surge.
Forbes. Friday, 30 Jul 2021.
- What's in Store for Prudential (PRU) This Earnings Season?
Prudential's (PRU) Q2 results are likely to reflect higher net investment spread, favorable underwriting performance and higher commercial mortgage
Zacks. Friday, 30 Jul 2021.
- New York Mortgage Trust (NYMT) Reports Next Week: Wall Street Expects Earnings Growth
New York Mortgage
Trust (NYMT) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
Zacks. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- Fed will keep buying $40 billion in mortgages every month
As Fed's balance sheet approaches $8 trillion, policymakers say path of the economy continues to depend on the course of the pandemic.
Inman. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- Up to 1.6 million remain on furlough while taxpayer support also drives record mortgage borrowing
Between 1.1 million to 1.6 million workers remain on full or partial furlough as taxpayer aid for the wage support scheme prepares to be eased further, according to official estimates.
Sky News. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- FCA to review UK mortgage prisoner numbers as it admits 'low estimate'
The Financial Conduct Authority will review its data on mortgage
prisoners, who are trapped on interest rates up to 9 per cent after taking out loans with firms that collapsed in 2008.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- Best mortgage rates: Compare fixed rate and tracker rate mortgage deals
The average mortgage
rate is edging down, as lenders bring back their full range of products and launch tantalising deals with interest of less than 1 per cent for those with lots of equity.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 28 Jul 2021.
- Truework speeding up income verification for gig-economy workers
Truework is rolling out Credentials, a new service that lets workers log into their payroll provider to share verified income and employment data with their mortgage
lender or other authorized third parties.
Inman. Wednesday, 28 Jul 2021.
- Mortgage rates just dropped to a six-month low, and refinances shoot higher
Applications to refinance a home loan jumped 9% last week from the previous week, according to the Mortgage
CNBC. Wednesday, 28 Jul 2021.
- Volatile interest rates cause mortgage demand to drop
A mixed picture of mortgage
rates last week was enough to put the brakes on a recent rise in refinance demand.
CNBC. Thursday, 22 Jul 2021.
- Fewer flat buyers to face pre-mortgage cladding checks, says Robert Jenrick
Lenders agree to change applications for loans involving buildings below 18m high, the government says.
BBC News. Wednesday, 21 Jul 2021.
- Mortgages refused for self-employed who took Covid grants
brokers say self employed and furloughed workers are being turned down by some high street lenders.
BBC News. Wednesday, 14 Jul 2021.
- New initiatives could give more Americans access to credit cards, help refinancing mortgages
Two new programs aim to give consumers greater access to credit cards and mortgage
refinancing. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger explains how they work and who would benefit most.
CBS News. Wednesday, 14 Jul 2021.
- Fovissste and Scotiabank sign alliance to provide mortgage loans
Financing will have a fixed rate of 7.5% and a maximum CAT of 9.2 percent.
Entrepreneur. Tuesday, 13 Jul 2021.
- Mortgage Market Is Finally Turning A Corner On Delinquency Rates
The nation is moving in the direction of recovered financial health for borrowers.
Forbes. Tuesday, 13 Jul 2021.
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