All Posts Tagged: student loans

U.S. Outlook: Consumer credit spigot remains open

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing the dramatic rise in student loan debt in last 15 years

Solid gains in consumer credit growth are an integral part of our sanguine outlook for near-term consumer spending.

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In the Market: Misguided ideas about FHA loans

Nneka Madus
Posted by Nneka Madus
Mortgage Market Analyst
Young man and woman sitting at a table with paperwork and a calculator.

Despite numerous benefits of FHA loans, there are misconceptions about them among sellers.

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In the Market: Prep steps before the mortgage process

Nneka Madus
Posted by Nneka Madus
Mortgage Market Analyst
Young woman checking her financial situation online, working at an open laptop

Believe me, getting tripped up over a credit report mistake or lack of preparation during the mortgage process is a hassle you can do without.

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Numbers Count: First-time buyers’ revival?

Chad Royle
Posted by Chad Royle
Mortgage Banking
Young, happy African-American family in front of a house that is for sale.

Here’s my take on the key numbers on the housing market this week.

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