Critical defects increase as refi market fades

HousingWire | By Flávia Furlan Nunes

Published December 14, 2021

Mortgage lenders generated more defective loans in the second quarter, reflecting the transition from a refinance to a purchase market, according to ACES Quality Management’s latest critical defect report.

The critical defect rate climbed to 2.27% in the second quarter of 2021, ending the trend of improvement in the previous two quarters. In the most recent quarter, it was 2.01%, according to the report published on Tuesday. For the coming months, the expectation is that the rate may be volatile.

View Article Source →

View all news

Improve Productivity And Quality While Controlling Costs And Risk

Request a demo