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Bipartisan legislation of SECURE Act would permit "immediate nationwide use" of RON by every notary in the United States.
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A Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) report highlighted the perils of low-rates for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s single-family Credit Risk Transfers.
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The American Land Title Association (ALTA) will be hosting approximately 400 people at the ALTA Advocacy Summit on May 18-20.
Most experts predicted U.S. mortgage rates to be above 3% by now. We looked at bond yields across the globe to see why rates are still so low and what happens next. HW+ Premium Content
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Forbearance exits picked up steam last week as the the total number of loans in forbearance dropped 14 basis points to 4.22% of servicers' portfolio share.
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With the economic expansion well underway, one big question remains: When will mortgage rates move toward 4% and higher? HW+ Premium Content
One of the great questions facing the housing markets in 2021 is what will happen when the forbearance programs expire. HW+ Premium Content