Connecticut industry appointments update - 4/9/2007MortgagePress.comConnecticut mortgage industry positions
• IndyMac Bank's
mortgage bank has hired Tracy Hay as a business development manager
for the Wholesale Lending Division's Connecticut region.
Mortgage delinquencies slowly and steadily continue to improve as foreclosure remains muted, even as forbearance exits mount.
Mortgage delinquencies slowly and steadily continue to improve as foreclosure remains muted, even as forbearance exits mount, according to new report from Black Knight.
The national delinquency trend continues its downward slide, falling another 4.25% to 3.74% at the end of...
Overall, the housing market experienced it’s typical seasonal cooling in October, but relief from homebuyers may be short-lived as pending home sales rose 3% from September.
The median price of homes sold in October was up 13% from last year, reaching $378,700, according to a new report from Redfin.
October marked the 15th consecutive month of double-digit price gains as closed home sales and new home listings dropped 8% and 11%, respectively....
OptiFunder, a warehouse management system provider for mortgage originators, raised $25 million in additional capital lead by Arthur Ventures, a growth capital firm focused on high-growth, founder-led and capital efficient B2B software companies.
Cleveland-based CrossCountry Mortgage donated $100,000 to Milan Edison High School in memory of U.S. Navy Corpsman, Maxton W. Soviak, who died while assisting in the evacuation of Americans and refugees in Afghanistan in August.
Although the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the real estate industry has been well-documented within the United States, it’d be prudent to know how the global event impacted other countries as well.
First American Financial Corporation's Potential Home Sales Model for October 2021 reported that potential existing-home sales increased 0.1% month-over-month to 6.27 million, with household formation continuing to grow, largely driven by millennials.