Existing home sales continue upward march
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The steady march for existing-home sales continued for the second
Serious mortgage delinquencies remain high as overall rate declines
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Servicers could be dealing with approximately 1.8 million distressed properties when the latest forbearance extension ends in June, Black Knight said.
Forbearances drop as extensions provide a ‘smooth transition’
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Independent mortgage banker recovery drove the weekly decrease in forbearance share, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
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Forbearances rise with ‘likely limited’ recovery ahead
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Moratorium extensions helped drive a weekly increase in forbearances, according to Black Knight.
Existing Home Sales Rise, But Inventories Hamper Results
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Existing home sales started the 2021 with a small increase from the December sale levels, the second consecutive monthly gain. The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) said transactions that include pre-owned single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums, and co-ops, increased 0.6 percent in January to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 6.69 million units compared to 6.76 million in December. The month's results are up 23.7 percent from the annual rate of 5.41 million sales in January 2020. Existing home sales have increased in seven of the last eight months, even though pending sales, generally considered a leading indicator for the following one or two existing sales reports, have posted four straight monthly losses. Analysts surveyed by Econoday had expected a slight pull-back in...(read more)

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Fed sounds alarm on commercial real estate, business bankruptcy
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he Federal Reserve warned of significant risks of business bankruptcies and steep drops in commercial real estate prices in a report published on Friday.
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Biden extends mortgage forbearance and foreclosure protections
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While the Mortgage Bankers Association hailed the move, some experts say it could negatively impact housing inventory.
That dreaded foreclosure wave may not be coming, two reports assert
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But distress could be compounded in a limited number of state and local areas that have been left out of the broader boom in the market, an Urban Institute report found.
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