Articles Tagged with ''LTV''

Valley National Bank and Unison launch 5% down program

But given 80% LTV loan
Unison Home Ownership Investors, a provider of home ownership investments, and Valley National Bank, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Valley National Bancorp, announced the launch of their 5% down payment program. The program will be given in conjunction with an 80% loan-to-value mortgage. Here’s how it works.
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CoreLogic: Mortgage lending just got riskier

Market shifts to investor loans
During the second quarter this year, the risk in mortgage lending inched up as the market shifted toward an increased share of investor loans. And while mortgage risk remains at the 2001 to 2003 benchmark level, it has been increasing since 2016, and if the trend continues, could soon surpass these levels.
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ditech to offer 97% LTV loans

Ready to participate in Fannie Mae program
Ditech Mortgage Corp is expanding its lending options again. The company is now the latest lender to to jump on board with the 97% LTV programs announced by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac earlier this month.
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Fannie and Freddie officially approve 3% down payment mortgages

Key differences between both GSEs secondary products
It's here. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac officially unveiled each of their 97% loan-to-value offerings for mortgages they securitize. And while both are working to expand the credit box for first-time homebuyers, there are key differences between what each one requires.
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