Ginnie Mae ditches paper and goes eMortgage

Ginnie Mae ditches paper and goes eMortgage

Electronic filing to start very soon

Fannie Mae offers new suite of HomePath financing

Goodbye HomePath Mortgage and HomePath Renovation

CNBC video: Home shortage could be due to real estate agents

Pocket listings drag down inventory?

Items Tagged with 'Oregon'


Prospect Mortgage buys Impac Mortgage operations

Prospect sees gold in west coast, Idaho originations
January 14, 2014
Impac's retail operations went on the block just two weeks ago and Prospect Mortgage sees the purchase as a way to increase its footprint in key local markets.
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Oregon refinance program expands

November 13, 2013
An Oregon state refinancing program is gaining ground across the state, expanding to Clackamas and Washington counties.
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Churchill Mortgage opens first Oregon branch

November 12, 2013
Churchill Mortgage launched its first branch in Portland, Ore., with licensed home loan specialist Dave Gillihan leading the unit.
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Oregon foreclosure mediation program takes off

October 30, 2013
An Oregon foreclosure mediation program is taking off after lawmakers revamped the program.
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Foreclosures drop in Oregon as new rules take effect

October 11, 2013
Foreclosure filings tumbled in Oregon’s largest counties in September, a situation that may be short-lived if lenders retool their responses to legal changes that surface in the foreclosure process.
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Oregon foreclosure prevention program flooded with requests

September 20, 2013
Since it was revamped and launched six weeks ago, the Oregon Foreclosure Avoidance Program has received 456 meeting requests.
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CoreLogic data: Housing recovery is undeniable

The only question is will it last?
September 20, 2013
The housing recovery is undeniable even if some analysts believe it's built on artificial lifts or unlikely to last long-term.
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Mortgage broker sentenced in mortgage fraud scheme

September 6, 2013
A U.S. federal judge sentenced Peter Wilkinson, 43, of Eugene, Ore., and six others for their respective roles in a mortgage fraud scheme that eventually cost lenders upwards of $7 million.
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Oregon foreclosures surge in July

Filings increase by 88% from last year
August 15, 2013
Foreclosure activity no longer lags in Oregon. In July, the number of foreclosure filings submitted by servicers with defaults in the state grew by 88% from year ago levels.
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Oregon bankers find path back to non-judicial foreclosures

June 7, 2013
Two Oregon Supreme Court decisions involving the Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems put bankers in Oregon on a path back to filing non-judicial foreclosures again, said Kevin...
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