Mortgage Roundup (6/2/21) – Tech, Stock & Closings

Good morning! Today is Wednesday, June 2. Securities regulators told Tesla last year that CEO Elon Musk’s use of Twitter had twice violated a court-ordered policy requiring his tweets to be preapproved by company lawyers. Zoom is reporting blowout earnings, but warns of a coming slowdown. Texas Gov. Abbott vows to defund the state legislature after Democrats blocked his voting restrictions bill.

And in mortgage and housing news …

MORTGAGE TECH: How do you make sure mortgage technology helps with your relationships.  

FAST CLOSINGS: A study finds that lenders are closing on mortgages more quickly.  

EVICTION MORATORIUM: The eviction moratorium will end. What happens to renters then?

YAY INFLATION: Why debt-ridden millennials should be cheering for inflation.

INSURANCE: Everyone needs homeowners insurance. This is what determines the price

MANUFACTURED HOMES: A CFPB report reveals what’s going on with manufactured home lending.

REAL ESTATE FORECAST: Here’s when the housing market will cool off, and how you can get good deals now

STOCK BUY BACKS: These three banks are buying back stocks. Should they? 

MOST FORECLOSURES: The American city with the most foreclosures

LOW-INCOME HOMEOWNERS: Four tips for becoming a homeowner despite a low income