As The Economist said, Trump is making satire great again.
A $1.65m teardown with a brand new Bentley in the driveway–in a neighborhood that’s considered middle class.
Originations linkfest 2/12: all links today are about the chatter around what might become of the mortgage industry’s primary regulator.
Originations linkfest 2/11: primers for first time buyers, lending guidelines loosening, the case for rate spike leveling off, Fannie/Freddie reform proposals, mortgage M&A
Sometimes you have to just start over. That’s what I’m doing, and it’s helping me get my cool back.
The market outlook doesn’t bode well for this employment growth trend continuing.
Grade school math on who will pay for The Wall.
Whether you’re a consumer borrower or a lending pro, don’t be so quick to mock mortgage 101 learning resources. The right ones can tell you everything you need to know.
Originations linkfest 2/8/17: why homeownership isn’t growing, why rates will continue higher, what will happen to Fannie and Freddie, what’s causing a Trump rally reversal.
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