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Housing and Mortgage Markets May Have Recovered, but Risks Remain

This week, the world is remembering what is called “Lehman Weekend.” A decade ago, on September 15, 2008, the giant investment bank filed for bankruptcy, triggering what is now called the Great Recess... read more

Fannie and Freddie Face Their Fates

Now, more than ten years later, the residential housing market is functioning well. House prices in most markets have recovered ... market for mortgage insurance may emerge, potentially reducing price... read more

Housing Market Crisis 2.0: The Jury Is In For 2018-2019

The present housing market crash, like the last, was created by the Federal Reserve artificially pressing mortgage rates down ... deducted from taxes. (They may have also hoped that, by renting ... read more

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Household debt and housing remain key risks for financial system: Bank of Canada

Federal mortgage ... yields have risen. In assessing the housing market risk, the report noted that housing price growth has slowed, led by a drop in the Greater Toronto Area. However, it said the con... read more


Mortgage Rates Improve Slightly Today, But Risks Remain

Mortgage rates recovered a small portion of their recent losses today ... Loan Originator Perspective Bonds MAY have bottomed out today, as they posted modest gains. My rate sheets showed an improveme... read more

Household debt, housing still top risks to financial system, but Bank of Canada less worried than before

Federal mortgage ... yields have risen. In assessing the housing market risk, the report noted that housing price growth has slowed, led by a drop in the Greater Toronto Area. However, it said the con... read more

Lenders say Housing Recovery is “For Real,” Mortgage Market Rising

Lenders are more bullish on the housing recovery today than they have been in three years, with 71% indicating home prices are rising at a sustainable pace in the context of mortgage lending risk ... ... read more

Housing Market Crash 2.0: The Jury is in for 2018-2019

The principle driver in Housing Market Crash 2.0 is the Federal Reserve’s Great Recovery Rewind (the downsizing of its balance sheet, which tightens financial conditions). This, I said two years ago, ... read more



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