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Mortgage lending has remained in the headlines throughout the credit crunch. Credit union delinquency rates offer another perspective on the situation.
Sept. 10, 2007
As news on subprime mortgages continues to flood the headlines, credit union mortgage quality remains high, even in interest only and payment option mortgages.
Aug. 20, 2007
With 168 First Look credit unions reporting second quarter data, credit unions continue to outperform the market in mortgage originations.
Aug. 13, 2007
In the wake of the subprime fallout, here are four steps to offering sustainable homeownership solutions to new and refinance borrowers.
July 9, 2007
One of the biggest players in home mortgage finance has announced a no fee first mortgage product. The implications for credit unions are momentous.
May 14, 2007
Increasing competition for A and B paper creates a subprime opportunity for credit unions – if priced properly and focused on member value.
April 2, 2007
A patent-pending financial product called the Ratchet Mortgage creates member value by capturing the benefits of refinancing, without transaction costs and traditional rate-shopping.
Oct. 23, 2006
Recent data released by Prime Alliance shows credit unions are in line with current mortgage industry performance.
Oct. 9, 2006
Mortgage-backed securities can offer juicy yields, but require careful attention and selection to balance return and risk.
Aug. 14, 2006
Several sources indicate that the housing market is flattening. However, it will be important to monitor foreclosures as rates reset.
Aug. 7, 2006
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