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Men who plan or planned to buy a home are more than twice as likely as women – 10 percent to 4 percent – to say their finances are shaky but still believe they can swing buying a home this year
Highest state average for online mortgage shoppers was 775; lowest was 689; credit scores expected to continue to improve in 2013
Rates reached highest level in March 2012, lowest level in December, could hit 4.4 percent by end of 2013
Discussion about changing tax policies, elimination of mortgage-interest deduction could be reasons for concern
Twenty-five percent of Americans indicate that full, accurate disclosure of all fees accompanying a mortgage offer is the most important attribute they would seek if they were to use a mortgage shopping website, according to a recent Harris Interactive® survey of 2,214 U.S. adults aged 18+.
More than 70 percent of mortgage transactions in 2011 were for refinancing, but residents in economically challenged states found it difficult to take advantage of historically low rates
Online Mortgage Site Releases Credit Score Data from 330,000 Mortgage Applications
Data reveals higher-than-expected credit scores; significant difference between property values and loan amounts
Mortgage Marvel study shows California mortgage applicants have an average credit score that is 20 points above the national average.