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  • April 2016: Top 10 Tweets

    Large online lenders on CFPB supervision next year Technology enables radical changes in RE investments Housing to maintain its momentum in 2016: Freddie Mac Rising home prices prevents first-time buyers, @WSJ Impact of business returns on mortgage status GSEs targets 90% of new single-family mortgages Calling out to all mortgage lenders… String can add 5% [...]

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  • March 2016: Top 10 Tweets

    HUD Mortgagee letter outlines new conditions for servicers “Credit unions misrepresent mortgage success”, says CFPB’s Cordray MBA releases Research Datanote on sources of C/MF Mortgage Financing in 2016 “Fannie, Freddie to Cut Mortgage Balances for Thousands of Homeowners”, @WSJ Lenders still remain cautious of high-risk borrowers: Survey IRS launching its first crowdsourced challenge with funding [...]

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  • February 2016: Top 10 Tweets

    How eDocuments can help lenders: Freddie Mac Housing will be at its best this spring despite economic uncertainty, @realtordotcom What’s in your credit score? Infographic @MGIC 3 advice to conquer lending: Realtors and TRID, Millennials & Refinancing “TRID Scuttling Revival of Private-Label Securitizations”, @NatMortgageNews Steady economic growth & key drivers will keep MF sector moving [...]

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  • January 2016: Top 10 Tweets

    US real estate to attract more foreigners in 2016 “What to expect from tighter Fed policy”, @CNBC Mortgage rates start 2016 below 4%: Freddie Mac Commercial and multifamily mortgage lending expected to increase in 2016 Community banks still battling with TRID regulation rebrands as Ten-X, ten times better TRID-related delays led to highest monthly [...]

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  • December 2015: Top 10 Tweets

    Mortgage performance improves, foreclosure activity drops Fannie to consider retaining loans with defects Default rates improved in November: S&P/Experian Tax break for home short sellers – may extend until 2017 New federal rules for mortgage forms blamed for delaying loans, @WSJ Freddie Mac: Expect rise in interest rates, home sales in 2016 Home prices continue [...]

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