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Goldman Sachs: When will our kids move out?

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SEC charged company with misrepresenting loans

Items Tagged with 'mortgage bankers'


Mortgage applications unexpectedly jump 10% for week

Refinance share continues to grow
June 11, 2014
After weeks of steady declines and levels well below originations the same time last year, mortgage applications jumped a surprising 10.3% from one week earlier, according to data for the week ending June 6 from the Mortgage Bankers Association.
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Benjamin Lawsky just made it easier to be a mortgage banker in New York

Sometimes he offers you a carrot, not just the stick
June 5, 2014
It’s probably safe to say that Benjamin Lawsky isn’t the most popular guy in some mortgage bankers’ offices these days. But fear not, mortgage bankers…especially those in New York. Lawsky’s office has just made your lives much easier.
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Multifamily, commercial mortgage loans stall out in 1Q2014

MBA survey shows dramatic multifamily and retail slowdowns
May 6, 2014
Commercial and multifamily mortgage loan originations in the first quarter of 2014 were 1% lower than during the same period last year and 45% lower than the fourth quarter of 2013, according to the Mortgage Banker’s Association’s survey of originations.
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This hilarious President's Day video is all about bankers

Central National Bank: "Banker appreciation day"
February 17, 2014
Banks might be one of the last entities that take the day off for President’s day, but what do bankers really think about the federal holiday?
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Mortgage broker to mortgage banker? 9 things you need to know

Time to get your mini-corr on
February 14, 2014
Many brokers are making the transition to banking. But it takes more than a warehouse line to get started…
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Mortgage bankers afraid Montana case could open up Pandora’s box of risk

Homeowners claim verbal loan mods are sufficient
November 11, 2013
A case about to be heard by the Montana Supreme Court has the potential to upend established real estate law in the state, leaving foreclosing parties on the hook for unprecedented risk. So far, a lower court is on the side of mortgage bankers.
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