Mortgage originations continue to increase...

Posted on Aug 17 2015 by
According to the latest Experian-Oliver Wyman Market Intelligence Report, mortgage originations for Q2 2015 increased 56% over Q2 2014 — $547 billion versus $350 billion. Refinance activity remained relatively stable,...

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Home buying with swagger...

Posted on Jun 11 2015 by
As the summer home buying season kicks into high gear, a newly released survey shows the importance of understanding credit scores and their impact on homebuyer behavior. The survey results show that consumers who know their...

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25% year over year increase in mortgage originations...

Posted on May 08 2015 by
Mortgage originations kicked off Q1 2015 with a 25% year over year increase to $315 billion. Additionally, mortgage delinquencies declined to 2.58%, the lowest delinquency level since 2007. Gaining insight into the latest...

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Mortgage originations continue to increase...

Posted on May 26 2013 by
Providing more evidence of a housing recovery, Q1 2013 mortgage originations increased 16 percent year over year to $471 billion. The Midwest region delivered the strongest annual gain, with a 29 percent increase over the...

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Mortgage delinquencies shift direction...

Posted on Apr 26 2012 by
After increasing for the first time in nearly two years, the 30 and 60 days past due (DPD) mortgage delinquencies as a percentage of balances returned to their downward trend, with Q4 delinquency rates of 2.18 percent and 1.06...

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Mortgage default risk improving...

Posted on Apr 23 2012 by
A recent study compiled by VantageScore Solutions found that default risk associated with mortgage originations has improved. The likelihood that a borrower will become 90 or more days past due after a mortgage has been...

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Are mortgage originations continuing their decline?...

Posted on Mar 28 2012 by
Even as interest rates remain at near-record lows, mortgage originations declined for the second quarter in a row in Q2 2011 to $268 billion, a 19 percent decline over the previous quarter. Refinance activity that spurred...

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S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices show an in...

Posted on Mar 07 2012 by
A study released in October 2011 for the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices showed that first mortgage default rates rose to 2.08 percent in October from September's 1.99 percent. Auto loans, second mortgages and...

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