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  • Home price growth remained at record pace in August
    The Case Shiller index showed a 19.8% annual home price gain for the year ending in August 2021, flat from July. This remains the highest annual rate of price growth since the index began in 1987. The post Home price growth remained at record pace in August appeared first on HousingWire.
  • What Microsoft’s new cloud platform means for mortgage
    Microsoft will soon launch a financial services-focused cloud platform to help meet increased demand for digital and automation applications. Here's what it means for mortgage. HW+ Premium Content The post What Microsoft’s new cloud platform means for mortgage appeared first on HousingWire.
  • Lawsuits, red tape & interest rates: Do mortgage JVs have staying power?
    Real estate brokerages and mortgage lenders made a killing with JVs in 2020. But margins are compressing and the CFPB is expected to take a closer look at RESPA issues under Rohit Chopra. Is the JV window closing? HW+ Premium Content The post Lawsuits, red tape & interest rates: Do mortgage JVs have staying power? […]
  • GSE forbearance rate declines to 1%
    Servicers’ forbearance portfolio volume declined at a reduced pace this week, as mortgage holders exit COVID-19 plans at the beginning of the month, according to the MBA. The post GSE forbearance rate declines to 1% appeared first on HousingWire.
  • Bidding wars are starting to cool off
    For the fifth consecutive month the number of bidding wars on home sales declined, down to 58.9%, according to a new report from brokerage Redfin. The post Bidding wars are starting to cool off appeared first on HousingWire.

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  • Home price growth remained at record pace in August
    The Case Shiller index showed a 19.8% annual home price gain for the year ending in August 2021, flat from July. This remains the highest annual rate of price growth since the index began in 1987. The post Home price growth remained at record pace in August appeared first on HousingWire.
  • What Microsoft’s new cloud platform means for mortgage
    Microsoft will soon launch a financial services-focused cloud platform to help meet increased demand for digital and automation applications. Here's what it means for mortgage. HW+ Premium Content The post What Microsoft’s new cloud platform means for mortgage appeared first on HousingWire.
  • Lawsuits, red tape & interest rates: Do mortgage JVs have staying power?
    Real estate brokerages and mortgage lenders made a killing with JVs in 2020. But margins are compressing and the CFPB is expected to take a closer look at RESPA issues under Rohit Chopra. Is the JV window closing? HW+ Premium Content The post Lawsuits, red tape & interest rates: Do mortgage JVs have staying power? […]
  • GSE forbearance rate declines to 1%
    Servicers’ forbearance portfolio volume declined at a reduced pace this week, as mortgage holders exit COVID-19 plans at the beginning of the month, according to the MBA. The post GSE forbearance rate declines to 1% appeared first on HousingWire.
  • Bidding wars are starting to cool off
    For the fifth consecutive month the number of bidding wars on home sales declined, down to 58.9%, according to a new report from brokerage Redfin. The post Bidding wars are starting to cool off appeared first on HousingWire.

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  • Home price growth remained at record pace in August
    The Case Shiller index showed a 19.8% annual home price gain for the year ending in August 2021, flat from July. This remains the highest annual rate of price growth since the index began in 1987. The post Home price growth remained at record pace in August appeared first on HousingWire.
  • What Microsoft’s new cloud platform means for mortgage
    Microsoft will soon launch a financial services-focused cloud platform to help meet increased demand for digital and automation applications. Here's what it means for mortgage. HW+ Premium Content The post What Microsoft’s new cloud platform means for mortgage appeared first on HousingWire.
  • Lawsuits, red tape & interest rates: Do mortgage JVs have staying power?
    Real estate brokerages and mortgage lenders made a killing with JVs in 2020. But margins are compressing and the CFPB is expected to take a closer look at RESPA issues under Rohit Chopra. Is the JV window closing? HW+ Premium Content The post Lawsuits, red tape & interest rates: Do mortgage JVs have staying power? […]
  • GSE forbearance rate declines to 1%
    Servicers’ forbearance portfolio volume declined at a reduced pace this week, as mortgage holders exit COVID-19 plans at the beginning of the month, according to the MBA. The post GSE forbearance rate declines to 1% appeared first on HousingWire.
  • Bidding wars are starting to cool off
    For the fifth consecutive month the number of bidding wars on home sales declined, down to 58.9%, according to a new report from brokerage Redfin. The post Bidding wars are starting to cool off appeared first on HousingWire.