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Chinese Demand for Aussie Mortgages Boosts Macquarie Firm
BusinessWeek - 8 Hours ago
Almost a third of the home loans written in September by a mortgage provider part-owned by Macquarie Group Ltd. (MQG) were to Chinese investors, the chairman of the firm said. Yellow Brick Road Holdings
Chinese Demand for Aussie Mortgages Boosts Macquarie-Backed Firm GARP
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Fannie, Freddie to accept lower down payment mortgages [Chicago Tribune :: ]
BusinessWeek - 8 Hours ago
Oct. 21--Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are close to allowing consumers to buy a home with as little as a 3 percent down payment and still have the mortgages backed by the two agencies. More details are
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Save thousands on your mortgage
Herald Sun - 8 Hours ago
Go without a few little things now and you’ll save big time on your mortgage. Source: Supplied HOME BUYERS are potentially throwing away thousands on mortgage interest payments when a few easy tricks
thousands on your mortgage Brisbane Courier-Mail
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Regulators promise thaw in mortgage credit
Inman - 7 Hours ago
Regulators who oversee Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Federal Housing Administration are telling mortgage lenders that they’re ready to cut them some slack, and mortgage lenders say they’re ready to
Regulators promise thaw in mortgage credit underway South Philly Review
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Reserve Bank remains committed to rate stability, watching home loans
ABC Online - 8 Hours ago
The Reserve Bank minutes have continued its commitment to steady rates, and show it is watching home lending closely. In the key 'considerations for monetary policy' section, the bank repeated its standard
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How Reverse Mortgages Work
PR Web via Yahoo! - 7 Hours ago
A Reverse Mortgage is a type of loan for homeowners over the age of 62 that turns the equity saved up in your home into cash. In some ways, a Reverse Mortgage is kind of like borrowing against your
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PTSB agrees sale of subprime mortgages
Irish Times - 8 Hours ago
Permanent TSB is believed to have agreed the sale of its Springboard subprime mortgage book to Mars Capital Ireland, a British business that specialises in mortgage servicing. An announcement on the
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Early approval can beat new mortgage rules
Irish Times - 9 Hours ago
First-time buyers can beat the Central Bank clampdown on mortgages by getting approval now. While the Central Bank has indicated that it hopes to bring in its new tighter lending rules from January 2015,
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Australian Central Bank Eyes Home Loans
Nasdaq - 7 Hours ago
SYDNEY--Australia's central bank stressed the importance of maintaining rigorous standards on loans to property investors, reflecting its rising concern that speculators are dominating the housing market.
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GSE Updates Intended to Loosen Mortgage Credit
Mortgage Daily - 9 Hours ago
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GSE Updates Intended to Loosen Mortgage Credit Mortgage Daily
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Over-55s in record £1billion equity raid on their homes: Older people taking advantage
Capital Bay - 8 Hours ago
Older people unable to fund lifestyles withdrawing more money from homes  A record £1billion was released from properties owned by over-55s this year House prices are soaring while pension payouts shrink
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Home Loans, Business Loans & Commercial Loans Statistics Starting to Show Signs
KSWT13 - 8 Hours ago
ABS Release of August 2014 Home Loans, Business loans and Commercial Loans statistics has shown signs the heated Australian property market may be beginning to slow down. This article was originally
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Western Asset Mortgage Capital Corp Receives New Coverage from Analysts at Bank
American Banking News - 7 Hours ago
Bank of America assumed coverage on shares of Western Asset Mortgage Capital Corp (NYSE:WMC) A number of other analysts have also recently weighed in on WMC. Analysts at Wells Fargo & Co. initiated
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FMBN determined to raise mortgage sector contribution to GDP to 15%
Business Day Nigeria - 7 Hours ago
One of the major highlights of the recent rebasing of the Nigerian Gross Domestic Product (GDP), now valued at $510, was the revelation of the performance of the various sectors of the national economy
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Reserve Bank remains committed to rate stability, watching home loans (ABC)
Yahoo! News Australia - 8 Hours ago
The Reserve Bank minutes have continued its commitment to steady rates, and show it is watching home lending closely.
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Insurance - Mexico - Moody's downplays impact of Infonavit proposal on mortgage
Business News Americas - 8 Hours ago
Under proposals to introduce unemployment insurance for formal workers, a proportion of contributions to Infonavit's housing fund would go into a separate fund Award-winning and trusted the world
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UPDATED: Aquila Capital, MyFarm JV seeks $100m for trust offering second mortgages
National Business Review - 8 Hours ago
UPDATED 1PM :  Germany's Aquila Capital and New Zealand farm investment company MyFarm are seeking up to $100 million from mainly offshore wholesale investors for a trust that will provide secondary mortgages
Aquila Capital MyFarm JV seeks $100M for trust offering second mortgages to farmers Big News Network
Aquila Capital, MyFarm JV seeks $100M to fund farmers Scoop
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Foreclosures dwindle as Valley homeowners keep up on mortgage payments
Modesto Bee - 8 Hours ago
Mortgage default rates have fallen to prerecession levels in Stanislaus, Merced and San Joaquin counties. Click to Continue »
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With mortgage rates dipping below 4 percent, is it time to refinance?
South Carolina State - 7 Hours ago
WASHINGTON A weekly survey released by Freddie Mac on Thursday shows that 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages averaged 3.97 percent last week, down from 4.12 percent a week earlier and 4.28 percent a year
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Remarks of Secretary Julián Castro Mortgage Bankers Association 2014 Annual Convention
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - 7 Hours ago
Remarks of Secretary Julián Castro at the Mortgage Bankers Association 2014 Annual Convention and Expo Monday, October 20, 2014 Las Vegas, NV As prepared for delivery Thank you very much, Dave (Stevens),
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Fannie Mae: Continental Western Points Out Lamberth Ignored Supreme Court Precedent
Value Walk - 8 Hours ago
by Todd Sullivan, ValuePlays UPDATE: The court has accepted the brief and Treasury has 15 days to reply ONLY re: Perry decision This is good stuff… Charles Cooper has filed a motion on behalf
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Fixed mortgage rates plummet to 14-month lows
Columbian.com - 8 Hours ago
Just when it seemed that 30-year fixed mortgage rates below 4 percent were a thing of the past, stock market volatility and weakening in the Asian and European financial markets drove rates to lows not
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U.S. regulator targeting lower down payments on mortgages
Reuters - 14 Hours ago
Oct 20 (Reuters) - The regulator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac said on Monday it was developing rules to let Americans buy homes with down payments as low as 3 percent, part of a push to boost access
UPDATE 1-U.S. regulator targeting lower down payments on mortgages Reuters
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Lower mortgage down payments seen
CNBC - 13 Hours ago
Mel Watt, director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, said the new guidelines for the two taxpayer-owned firms would be "sensible and responsible.'' Read More Administration, regulators seek to
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Regulator targeting lower mortgage down payments
CNBC - 13 Hours ago
Mel Watt, director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, said the new guidelines for the two taxpayer-owned firms would be "sensible and responsible.'' Read More Administration, regulators seek to
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