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Nonbank mortgage lending skyrockets in Q1: report

Nonbank mortgage lending jumped nationwide in the first quarter of 2018 as some of largest banks continued to show sharp declines in home mortgages originations, a new report shows.

Mortgage companies such as loanDepot, Fairway Independent Mortgage and United Wholesale Mortgage Solutions all reported that home mortgage originations rose by at least 27 percent in the first quarter of 2018 on a yearly basis, according to Attom Data Solutions.

Attom collected information from publicly recorded mortgages and deeds in more than 1,700 counties, accounting for more than 87 percent of the U.S. population.

United Wholesale Mortgage Solutions blew past Bank of America and became the fifth-largest mortgage originator in the U.S. with $6 billion in lending. The Michigan-based lender saw the biggest year-over-year gains in originations among the top 10 lenders, increasing 55 percent to 20,387 in the first quarter of this year. Fairway’s loan originations rose 28 percent to 14,655, and loanDepot is now the fourth-biggest loan originator, up 27 percent to 24,691.

Freddie Mac to help unemployed mortgage borrowers in high-need areas get a job

Mortgage financier Freddie Mac on Thursday announced a program to help unemployed homeowners find a job, part of the federally required initiative known as “Duty to Serve” that requires Freddie and its counterpart Fannie Mae step up their efforts to serve low- and moderate- income communities.

In particular, Duty to Serve directs the two enterprises to improve their activities in manufactured housing, rural housing and preservation of existing affordable housing.

The new initiative builds on a 2015 pilot program between Freddie and job-placement firm NextJob . That pilot included 700 participants, of whom half were considered long-term unemployed. Qualified participants averaged nearly two years without a job before entering the program, a Freddie spokesman told MarketWatch, but within a few months of completing the program, 43% found jobs.

Freddie will again work with NextJob, as well as local partners including CDC of Brownsville, Texas, and HOPE Enterprise Corporation of Jackson, Mississippi.

I receive a letter from united state mortgage crisis center with hope now bill and they could help should I go

They want to help me reduce my payments but I have to paid them 325.00 and they refinance my house for me should I do it? They contact my current lender and negotiate with them to lower my payments.

Sounds like a scam, you can contact your lender yourself.