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Referring to its "roller-coaster
pattern of economic growth," Fannie Mae summarized the economy and housing in
2014 as a year that started with a deep hole and ended with a whimper. A brutally cold first quarter put economic
growth in that deep hole at the beginning but it came back "with a vengeance"
making the second quarter t...Read More
Fannie Mae's writers use the word "stable" repeatedly to
describe many of the findings from its fourth quarter 2014 Mortgage Lender
Sentiment Survey, especially where the senior executives completing the
questionnaire detailed their operational expectations.
survey found fewer lenders reporting tightened c...Read More
The person who perhaps made it possible for state and
federal governments to collect billions from the Bank of America will apparently
be amply compensated for his actions.
The New York Times is
reporting that Edward O'Donnell, a former employee at Countrywide Mortgage
which was purchased by the bank in 2008, will...Read More
Mortgage applications were down modestly during the week
ended December 12, with purchase applications accounting for the decline. The Mortgage Bankers Association said its
Market Composite Index, a measure of application volume, lost 3.3 percent on a
seasonally adjusted basis from the week ended December 5 and was 4 percent
All three of the U.S. Census Bureau/Department of Housing
and Urban Development construction indicators dropped in November from their
October levels and both residential building permits and housing starts were
also lower than one year earlier. The
number of housing completions did manage to surpass the November 2013 level.
The BuildFax Remodeling Index for October
indicates a slight slowdown in the number of building permits issued for the
purpose of residential remodeling from the previous month. The number of these permits, however were
substantially increased compared to one year earlier.
Builder confidence as measured by the National
Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells Fargo Home Market Index (HMI) fell
back slightly in December after a four point uptick in November, and is ending
the year just about where it began. The
HMI which is designed to indicate the home builder perceptions of the market
for new s...Read More
Bank of America was hit this week with
another civil penalty, this time for making what are termed excessive and
harassing mortgage debt collection calls. A federal court judge has ordered the bank to
pay over $1 million to Nelson and Joyce Coniglio who received, according to
court documents, over 700 robocalls over a four year ...Read More
Amid the wrangling over the
budget and the CIA report the Senate did manage to extend some extra
foreclosure protections for military service members who have recently returned
from active duty. In a unanimous voice
vote on Thursday the Senate passed S2404 which makes permanent a portion of the
Servicemembers' Civil Relief Act ...Read More
Finance Policy Center, part of the Urban Institute, has released a new measure of
credit availability. In an article in
the Urban Institute's blog, Metro Blog, Wei Li and Laurie
Goodman talk about the initial findings from their measure, the Credit
Availability Index or HCAI, that product not borrower risk fu...Read More