Urban Institute: Qualified Mortgage impact overblown

Urban Institute: Qualified Mortgage impact overblown

New rules have only slightly slowed mortgage lending

WATCH: Former Wells Fargo CEO calls BofA fine “extortion”

Kovacevich says fine is political and has “nothing to do with justice”

BofA reaches $16.65B settlement over "toxic waste" mortgages

Loans date back to Countrywide and Merrill Lynch
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NAHB: Homebuilder confidence reaches 6-month high

It's officially a good sales market
Brena Swanson
Homebuilder confidence reached a six-month high, officially showing good sales conditions as strong jobs numbers helped buoy confidence.
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: FICO execs say borrower credit keeps improving

Spring selling still going slow
Ben Lane
It’s been said that we’re in a seller’s market right now, but it appears that some sellers may be taking that belief a little too far. Overpricing a home could drive away many potential buyers, especially those with limited credit access. Not all of us can get jumbo loans.
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NAHB housing index for March at second lowest in 10 months

Flatline in builder confidence goes against analyst predictions
Trey Garrison
The National Association of Home Builders monthly housing market index took a dramatic dive in February and ticked back up one point in March, well below analyst expectations.
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Builder confidence stays frozen

Government, economic uncertainty hinder growth
Brena Swanson
Builder confidence for newly built, single-family homes remained unchanged in November as consumers pulled back in the midst of uncertain government policy.
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Builder confidence grows across the board

HousingWire Staff
Builder confidence in the 55+ housing market showed continued improvement in the third quarter of 2013, compared to the same period a year ago, as buyers and renters were attracted to more desirable communities.
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