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Total construction spending in the U.S.
in August was estimated by the Census Bureau today to be at the seasonally
adjusted annual rate of $961.0 billion, down 0.8 percent from spending in July
and 5.0 percent higher than the $915.3 in construction outlays in August 2013. Total spending in June was revised up from
the original e...Read More
A lawsuit challenging the manner in
which profits from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the GSEs) have been allocated to
the U.S. Treasury was dismissed on Tuesday by a U.S. District Court judge. The suit, brought by institutional investors Perry
Capital, LLC, Fairholme Funds, Inc. and Arrowood Indemnity Company, contested a
change i...Read More
Last week was another down week for
mortgage applications according to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA). Its Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey data for
the week ended September 26 showed a 0.2 percent decrease in applications as
reflected in its seasonally adjusted Market Composite Index. Compared with the previous ...Read More
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
(CFPB) filed a Consent Order on Tuesday against Lighthouse Title, a title
insurer based in Holland, Michigan. The
order was, the Bureau said, sending "a clear and simple message" that it
intends to pursue legal action against financial institutions that pay in any
manner for referrals. Th...Read More
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
(CFPB) came down hard on Michigan-based Flagstar Bank both legally and verbally
as it issued the first enforcement action under its new mortgage servicing
rules which went into effect in January 2014.
The action claims that Flagstar had "failed borrowers" at every step in
the fore...Read More
There was what the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices
called "a significant slowdown in price increases in July S&P Dow
Jones Indices said today. Nineteen of the 20 cities in the survey saw a
lower year-over-year gain in July than they had registered in the previous
month and only three cities still showed increa...Read More
Pending home sales declined slightly in
August, mirroring a similar pull-back in existing home sales announced last
week. The National Association of
Realtors® (NAR) said today that its Pending Home Sale Index (PHSI) for August
was 104.7, a decline of 1.0 percent from July's level of 105.8. Existing home sales, also according...Read More
Study after study has shown that
Millennials - that generation of Americans currently between the ages of 18 and
34 - are becoming homeowners at rates way below that of earlier generations at
the same age. Now Zillow has released a
survey showing that, while they might not be buying, Millennials would definitely
like to do so. ...Read More
Bank of America/Merrill Lynch says its official outlook
for the economy is neither that of a Bull forecasting a cyclical surge or a
Bear's view of secular stagnation.
Rather, the company says it is looking for a low growth recovery.
Chris Flanagan, head of the company's U.S. Mortgage and
Structured Finance Research has w...Read More
U.S. homeowners gained or regained more
than $1 trillion in equity over the year that ended on June 30, 2014. According to Core-Logic's 2nd quarter 2014
analysis, 44 million homes in the country now have positive equity, a gain of
950,000 homes during the quarter.
The number homes which are still "upside-down"
or ...Read More