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National Mortgage News

Nonbank mortgage employment continues to slide
National Mortgage News
Nonbank mortgage employment continued to drop in October, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Nondepository mortgage lenders and brokers cut 1,500 workers from their payrolls in October, bringing total employment in the sector to 340,600 from ...


Richmond.com

Commercial Mortgages: GOP tax plan could impact real estate investors
Richmond.com
... employment numbers are actually quite good. Many investors, who fear the stimulus will jet propel inflation, are turning to real estate which can act as a hedge against inflation. For now, inflation has remained in check as wage growth hasn't ...
With tax reform pending, it's time to consider actions nowUSA TODAY

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Forbes

Qualified Business Income Is Key Provision To Tax Cuts And Jobs Act
Forbes
The standard deduction for a single is now $12,000 and a lot of itemized deductions are out the window. State and local income property and sales taxes are capped at ten grand. Mortgage interest is the same for people who don't live in palaces or where ...

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KVIA El Paso

700 mortgage company jobs headed to El Paso; average salary $48500
KVIA El Paso
EL PASO, Texas - The Pacific Union Financial mortgage company could have expanded in Arizona or California. But company officials said they chose the Borderland because of its diverse workforce and a unique partnership between the city of El Paso, El ...


CNBC

Weekly mortgage applications fall 2.3% as rates rise - CNBC.com
CNBC
Total mortgage application volume fell 2.3 percent last week, weighed down by fewer applications to refinance.

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Mortgage rates today, December 7, plus lock recommendations ...
The Mortgage Reports (blog)
Mortgage rates today are driven by movements in financial markets worldwide. When the economy heats up, bond price drop, and rates increase. When the economy pulls back, interest rates tend to fall.

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Detroit Free Press

Would Trump tax cuts fuel spending and boost jobs, or just inflation?
Detroit Free Press
The proposed tax cuts could put more money in people's pockets — and drive up spending. But would inflation heat up?

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HousingWire (blog)

Part 1: Everything you need to know about entering the mortgage ...
HousingWire (blog)
An increasing number of nonbank financial participants are considering an entry or reentry into the mortgage finance market as the financial crisis, which commenced a decade ago, starts to recede from view. This turnabout results from more than short ...

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Zillow Research (blog)

Mortgage Rates Edge Lower on Fed and Tax News
Zillow Research (blog)
After climbing steadily higher over the past week, the prime 30-year fixed mortgage rate quoted on Zillow edged slightly lower today. Rates were pushed upward last week by the combination of a moderately strong labor market report and inflation data ...

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Business Insider Australia

Fewer Australians are falling behind on their mortgage repayments
Business Insider Australia
For the non-conforming mortgage sector, S&P said that arrears also fell, reaching a near-historic low of 3.99%. Non-conforming mortgages are made out to borrowers who typically would not qualify for a loan from a traditional prime lender. S&P said the ...

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