The Real Story Behind The Past 2 Weeks of Mortgage Rate Volatility

It was easy to get lulled into complacency by the second half of 2020 when it came to mortgage rates. Even as other indicators said rates should be rising, they continued on a calm journey to multiple record lows. 2021 has been very different so far! Covid and its impacts on the economy remain the […]

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Forbearances Up Slightly After Last Week’s Plunge

Last week Black Knight reported that the beginning of October saw a decline in the number of active forbearance plans of 649,000 or 18 percent as many plans reached the end of their initial period. It was the largest single week decline since the crisis began. This week the number of loans in forbearance edged […]

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Coronavirus relief stalemate could drag on for weeks

Progress toward a coronavirus aid deal in Washington is nonexistent as millions wait to see whether they can afford food and housing….(read more) Forward this article via email:  Send a copy of this story to someone you know that may want to read it. Around The Web

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