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Forbearance Volumes Steadily Decline

While new-plan starts remained near post-pandemic lows, researchers report an expected mid-month lull in overall improvement. The post Forbearance Volumes Steadily Decline appeared first on

April 06, 2021 Real Estate News

Forbearance Volumes Change Course

After falling by 273,000 or 9% over the past two weeks, forbearance volumes edged upward this week. Data collected by Black Knight through November 17

November 33, 2020 Real Estate News

Forbearance Volumes Down From Peak

Numbers are heading in the right direction, researchers say, though COVID-19 continues to create “unique and unprecedented market conditions.” The post Forbearance Volumes Down From

October 19, 2020 Real Estate News

Built-For-Rent Volumes Decline

As single-family rents increase, the new report reveals why built-for-rent SFR volumes are decreasing. The post Built-For-Rent Volumes Decline appeared first on DSNews. DSNews

February 34, 2020 Real Estate News

Southern States Dominating Non-Current Loan Volumes

Repayment activity ticked upward at the end of 2019, indicating a “flattening effect on refinance activity,” a new report indicated. The post Southern States Dominating

January 50, 2020 Real Estate News

DuPont earnings fall on weak volumes

DOVER, Del. (AP) — The DuPont Co. says its second-quarter earnings fell as volumes were off in several business units and the company saw continued

July 07, 2012 Banking
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