Review Mortgage Lenders

michigan mortgage lenders association

michigan mortgage lenders association - News

2013 home sales best since 2006
2013 home sales best since 2006 In Michigan, sales were up 1.5 percent to $126,977, according to the Michigan Association of Realtors. The average sales price rose 12.8 percent to $124,716. The state Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of Realtors, expects

Roy Sexton's REEL ROY REVIEWS to be Released 2/28
from the University of Michigan. He is a graduate of Leadership Detroit, is a governor-appointed member of the Michigan Council of Labor and Economic Growth and was appointed to the Michigan Mortgage Lenders Association Board of Governors in 2012.

State Updates; Storm May Lead to a Quiet Market; Hiring of and...
For more information on Michigan's consumer protection laws check out its FAQ. Massachusetts is now requiring state-licensed brokers and The Community Home Lenders Association (CHLA) recently marked its one year anniversary. CHLA is composed of

Foreclosure Activity Showing Significant Declines in November
Delinquency data is extrapolated from data received by the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) for the third quarter of 2013. "As we approach the seven million mark for completed loan modifications, we remain convinced that the collaborative efforts of

Protesting Mortgage Bankers Association Meeting, October 10th, 2011, Hyatt Regency Chicago

More information at and SOUL is a member organization of National People's Action (http The Hyatt ...

Dickinson Wright Attorney Katheryne Zelenock Named a "Woman ...

Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that Attorney Katheryne L. Zelenock has been named a “Woman Worth Watching” by Profiles in Diversity Journal.

The 16th Annual Women Worth Watching leadership issue recognizes dynamic professional women who are using their talents and influence to change our workplaces and our world. Nominated by their employers or colleagues, these accomplished executives are from corporate organizations, world-class educational institutions, the armed forces, and nonprofit groups.

As Chair of the Dickinson Wright’s Women’s Network, Ms. Zelenock has expanded the firm’s efforts to support and advance women attorneys within the firm and the practice of law. Under her leadership, the Women’s Network has instituted training and professional development coaching for its female attorneys to help them grow their book of business and to advance in the legal profession. The Women’s Network also sponsors attendance by women attorneys at a variety of leadership and professional conferences and seminars, helps to promote women attorneys for professional recognition, and supports scholarships and charitable organizations that focus on the needs of women and children in the communities where we do business. Ms. Zelenock also recently led a collaborative project with the University of Michigan Ross School of Business to assess Dickinson Wright’s progress toward diversity and inclusion objectives. To see Ms. Zelenock’s profile in the latest edition of Profiles in Diversity Journal, please click here .

Mortgage Rates Today, July 28, Plus Lock Recommendations

Today's Data

Today's economic data are mixed, mostly pointing to decreasing rates today. But rates are still bumping up and down within a narrow range.

Major stock indexes are all down just slightly (neutral, because they have not changed much) Gold prices rose $7 an ounce to $1,269 (good for rates, because gold prices rise when the economy softens, and a contracting economy is good for rates) Oil rose to just under $50 a barrel (bad for rates, because rising energy prices increase the cost of just about everything) The yield for ten-year Treasuries fell three basis points (3/100th of one percent) to 2.29 percent (good for rates, because mortgage rates often move in the same direction as bond rates) CNNMoney’s Fear & Greed Index fell a drastic nine points points to a reading of 69, falling out of "extreme greed" and into just plain old "greed." (good, because investors are becoming less confident, which should put more money into bonds and less into stocks,