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Mortgage Monitor: “Nearly 2 million modified mortgages face interest rate resets”

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Mortgage Monitor: “Nearly 2 million modified mortgages face interest rate resets”

Black Knight Financial Services (BKFS, formerly the LPS Data & Analytics division) released their Mortgage Monitor report for April today. According to BKFS, 5.62% of mortgages were delinquent in April, up from 5.52% in March. BKFS reports that 2.02% of mortgages were in the foreclosure process, down from 3.17% in April 2013. This gives a...
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Bankrate: Long-term mortgage interest rates at ‘ultra-low levels’

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Bankrate: Long-term mortgage interest rates at ‘ultra-low levels’

Mortgage rates remained mostly unchanged this past week, with the 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage remaining 4.5% for a second week. Even still, disappointing economic news kept rates well below 5% and significantly lower than the 6% mark that defined more stable economic times. The U.S. has not seen mortgage rates higher than 6% since late...
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Barney Frank says mortgage interest tax deduction is safe

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Barney Frank says mortgage interest tax deduction is safe

Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) said at a House subcommittee hearing Thursday that the mortgage interest tax deduction would be safe. Currently, interest on a mortgage taken out to buy or improve a home can be fully deducted if the amount of the loan is less than million for married couples and 0,000 for singles....
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Mortgage interest rates increase in two nonagency surveys

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Mortgage interest rates increase in two nonagency surveys

Mortgage rates fell in two weekly surveys. The Bankrate national mortgage survey reported the interest rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage at 4.58%, down from 4.62% a week prior, while a survey from LendingTree.com reported the rate at 4.55%. Freddie Mac reported Wednesday that the average rate for a 30-year FRM increased slightly to...
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Q&A: The interest charged by the bank, at the rate of 6%, on a 90-day, discounted note payable for $100,000 is?

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Q&A: The interest charged by the bank, at the rate of 6%, on a 90-day, discounted note payable for $100,000 is?

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Shanghai Banks Offer THIRD HOME Buyers Special Loans With Interest Rates So High That You Need To Flip The House

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Shanghai Banks Offer THIRD HOME Buyers Special Loans With Interest Rates So High That You Need To Flip The House

The coin flip Image by churl The coin flip for Eastern Michigan University vs the University of Michigan Wolverines. Shanghai Banks Offer THIRD HOME Buyers Special Loans With Interest Rates So High That You Need To Flip The House Major banks in Shanghai have begun offering loans to buyers of a third home, again....
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Q&A: Reporting interest paid on “seller carryback loans” to IRS?

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Question by insurancelawcase: Reporting interest paid on “seller carryback loans” to IRS? I found a property where owner is willing to finance the deal by caring a note “seller carryback” which is fine. But come end of the year how should I report to the IRS that I paid interest on the payments…since normal...
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Has anyone heard of discounted t-notes (10 year) issued in the 80s which earn interest past the maturity date?

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Has anyone heard of discounted t-notes (10 year) issued in the 80s which earn interest past the maturity date?

Question by nico.toscani: Has anyone heard of discounted t-notes (10 year) issued in the 80s which earn interest past the maturity date? I spoke with an individual who claims to have purchased t-notes in the 1980s (10 year, discounted), and hasn’t redeemed them to this day. The person claims they are still earning interest....
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