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San Diego-headquartered Guild Mortgage has announced President and CEO Mary Ann McGarry is promoting Terry Schimdt from chief financial officer (CFO) and chief operating officer (COO) to president, with McGarry retaining the CEO role
Guild Mortgage has set records in lending and servicing during the first nine months of 2019,...Read more
For nearly 20 years, K. Justin Restaino has provided the most effective turn-key marketing campaigns with direct mail for the mortgage industry
Mortgage credit availability was on the rise last month, according to new data from the Mortgage...Read more
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The Federal Reserve is signaling the possibility that climate change risk might be integrated into...Read more
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A California judge rejected a community group’s effort to block the construction of an NBA...Read more
The Fannie Mae Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI) declined for the second consecutive month
The Fannie Mae Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI) declined for the second consecutive month...Read more
Single-family median home prices during the third quarter increased year-over-year in 93 percent of the metro areas–or 166 out of 178 markets–tracked by the National Association of Realtors (NAR)
Single-family median home prices during the third quarter increased year-over-year in 93 percent of...Read more
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Active-duty military and veteran households are, on average, better able to afford housing than a...Read more
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There was minimal movement on the mortgage application from for the week ending Nov. 1, according...Read more
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The average homeowner spends 13 years living in their home, according to new data from Redfin ...Read more
Home prices during September increased nationally by 3.5 percent from one year earlier and were also up by 0.4 percent from August
Home prices during September increased nationally by 3.5 percent from one year earlier and were...Read more