Jacob Passy June 26, 2020 Homeowners stand to save money by refinancing, but some factors may make getting a new loan less worthwhile The coronavirus pandemic has led to a dramatic decline in mortgage rates. But that doesn’t mean now is a good time to refinance for everyone. Last week, Freddie Mac FMCC, -1.42% reported that mortgage rates hit…

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Many mortgage industry positions are now available. Processors Underwriters Loan Officers Post-closing Mortgage Servicing Remote opportunities available as well. Simply send your inquiry today to: Chris Ostrowski, Director of Business Development Careers

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MBA Newslinks June 22, 2020 As people spend more time at home during the pandemic, buyers are realizing which features work well under the circumstances and which do not, said Zillow, Seattle. Many homeowners are reconsidering their home’s functionality as formerly popular design features have become less workable. Now, many home builders think demands for…

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Jacob Passy June 22, 2020 Low mortgage rates are stoking the housing market’s recovery from the coronavirus, but there may be limits to how much of a boost they will give Mortgage rates have fallen to a new all-time low for the fourth time this year. But there’s significant upside risk to the low rate…

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MBA Newslinks June 15, 2020 Reports from Redfin, Seattle, and Clever Real Estate, St. Louis, illustrate the lingering effects of the coronavirus on the home-buying process—and the current state of home-buying demand. Redfin reported seasonally adjusted home buying demand jumped in early June and is now 25% higher than it was before the coronavirus smacked…

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Clayton Jarvis June 4, 2020 Two people bringing more diversity to the mortgage space are WFG Lender Services’s vice-president of national business development, Monique Winston, who also heads the Cleveland Realtist Association, and Tony Thompson, founder and CEO of the National Association of Minority Mortgage Bankers of America.https://www.mpamag.com/news/race-and-lending-creating-opportunities-for-people-of-color-in-the-mortgage-space-224252.aspx

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Mike Albanese May 27, 2020 Twenty-seven percent of the housing industry’s workforce identifies as a racial or ethnic minority. Fannie Mae and the Mortgage Bankers Association are looking to change that. In 2019, MBA and Fannie Mae’s Future Housing Leaders program announced a partnership to promote diversity and inclusion in the housing finance industry. Lisa…

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