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Mortgage software provider Ellie Mae reported a dip in net income as a result of increased sales, marketing and research expenses that outweighed revenue gains.
Misrepresentations on mortgage applications have inched up nationwide for the first time since July, thanks in part to trends in the energy and agricultural sectors which are creating pressure in the South, according to First American Financial Corp.
Arch Capital had a 77% increase in the mortgage insurance segment's operating income, and its U.S. unit saw its new insurance written increase by 34%.
Mortgage rates hitched a ride with rising Treasury yields this week, according to Freddie Mac.
The taxable value of Palm Beach County, Fla., and its 38 cities and towns grew by 6.7% from 2015 to 2016, inching closer to the historic high set in 2007 at the height of the housing boom.
The Community Development Trust, a national investor in affordable housing, is one of the new owners of affordable housing for low-income families, seniors and people with special needs in New Mexico.
ClosingCorp's board parted ways with Brian Benson and is looking for someone with experience in a high-growth technology environment.
Indianapolis is the best market for first-time homebuyers right now, according to research released Tuesday by Zillow.
Though parts of the country are still struggling to return to benchmark levels, many of the housing markets across the U.S. showed signs of improvement in February, according to Freddie Mac.
NMI Holdings lost $2.5 million in the first quarter, an improvement over a first-quarter 2015 loss of $7.8 million, which is a sign the private mortgage insurer remains on track to become profitable later this year.
Yet again, the Portland-area real estate market posted the country's largest annual gains in home values February — the fifth consecutive month it did so and the fourth straight outright, according to the monthly Standard & Poor's Case-Shiller home price index.
An across-the-board increase in mortgage interest rates accompanied a decline in loan applications, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
More Americans than forecast signed contracts to purchase previously owned homes in March, an encouraging sign as the housing market was entering its busiest selling season of the year.
Large lenders are pushing the Federal Housing Administration to revamp its loan defect taxonomy to provide more certainty about potential errors and mistakes that could lead to enforcement actions.
You may spend thousands of dollars on closing costs when you buy a house, but as you should expect, scammers want that money, too, and might try to fool you into handing it over.
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