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The Mortgage Reports (blog)

Investment Property Mortgage Rates: How Much More Will You Pay?
The Mortgage Reports (blog)
Researchers from the Wharton School examined mortgage crisis-era foreclosure statistics. They concluded that even "good" homeowners tend to stop paying their mortgages when their house becomes a bad investment. In fact, prime borrowers accounted for ...

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Washington Examiner

Trump's tax outline is a great start
Washington Examiner
Let's face it; the mortgage interest deduction is a terrible idea. Homeowners love it, of course, but there's no reason government should incentivize people through the tax code to borrow hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy houses they wouldn't ...
Sean Spicer briefly suggests Trump is going after your 401(k)s — and shows what a nightmare tax reform isWashington Post

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Better Dwelling

More People Are Buying Toronto Real Estate That Shouldn't, And Half Are At Risk of Defaulting
Better Dwelling
The number of people that shouldn't be purchasing Toronto real estate, but are buying anyway, is skyrocketing. At least that's the consensus from the latest high-ratio mortgage data we scored from the Bank of Canada (BoC). According to these statistics ...


Financial Post

The 'Don Cherry' of economic statistics: Debt to income makes a lot of noise but does it really matter?
Financial Post
The disposable income number is a yearly figure, while debt comes from a mishmash of figures: some of it is short-term debt that is due immediately, and some of it long-life debt, such as a mortgage. Comparing the flow of income with the amount of debt ...

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Mortgage Strategy

Stamp Duty liable properties fall in Q1 but revenue up
Mortgage Strategy
The number of residential property transactions liable to pay Stamp Duty fell by 5 per cent in Q1 this year on a non-seasonally adjusted basis, according to statistics from HMRC. However, the number of liable residential transactions was 1 per cent ...

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The Newburgh Press

New York Mortgage Trust, Inc. (NASDAQ:NYMT) reported Market Capitalization of 729.14 Million
The Newburgh Press
New York Mortgage Trust, Inc. (NYMT) reported sales (ttm) of 359.7 Million, whereas, 5 number of analysts estimated the mean sale of 20.94 million. The analysts estimated sales for the higher end at 28.9 million and lower end at 16.44 million while the ...

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Nasdaq

British economy slows sharply as inflation hits home
Nasdaq
Q1 GDP +0.3 pct q/q vs poll forecast +0.4 pct * Biggest drag from retailers and hotels * Mortgage lender Nationwide reports new fall in house prices * GfK consumer confidence index dips to four-month low (Adds market and analyst reaction) By David ...
UK economy slows as Brexit weighs on consumersNews & Observer

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Motley Fool

10 Incredible Financial Statistics That Sum Up the Average American
Motley Fool
This includes all credit cards, mortgages, auto loans, student loans, and other types of debt. The average household with a mortgage owes $172,806, the average household that carries credit card balances owes $16,061, and the average household with car ...

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Twin County News

Stocks that beats the day – LendingTree, Inc. (NASDAQ:TREE)
Twin County News
Outlined as the total market value of all unsettled shares of the company, the current market cap for the LendingTree, Inc. (NASDAQ:TREE) Mortgage Investment is valued at 1471.28. The dominant statistics will authorize the investment community to ...

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Nasdaq

30-Year Mortgage Rate Dips To 2017 Low
Nasdaq
(RTTNews.com) - Thirty-year mortgage rates have hit a new low for the year after dropping for the fourth week in a row, according to new industry statistics released on Thursday. Mortgage firm Freddie Mac said that its Primary Mortgage Market Survey ...

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