Monthly Archives: May 2009

Thousand Oaks Mortgage Looking at Texas

By STEVE BROWN / The Dallas Morning News stevebrown@dallasnews.com  Almost 8 percent of Texans are behind on their mortgage payments. That’s slightly better than the national average in a survey to find out how many people are at least a … Continue reading

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Thousand Oaks Mortgage Still Watching Foreclosures

  May 28 (Bloomberg) — Mortgage delinquencies and foreclosures rose to records in the first quarter and home-loan rates jumped to the highest since March this week as the government’s effort to fix the housing slump lost momentum. The U.S. … Continue reading

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Thousand Oaks Mortgage Studying Fitch Report

By E. Scott Reckard May 27, 2009 Modifying nontraditional mortgages will succeed for many people, but most such modifications will end up in default within a year, a major ratings company predicts. The Fitch Ratings study examined subprime mortgages, jumbo … Continue reading

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Thousand Oaks Mortgage Construction Loans Down

May 26 (Bloomberg) — The slump in the U.S. housing market that caused the median value of homes to decline 24 percent since 2006 may bottom next month without any prospect of a rebound for another year, according to estimates … Continue reading

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Thousand Oaks Mortgage Looking at Lower Housing Starts

May 26 (Bloomberg) — The slump in the U.S. housing market that caused the median value of homes to decline 24 percent since 2006 may bottom next month without any prospect of a rebound for another year, according to estimates … Continue reading

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