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Volume 19 - Number 1

December 30, 2014

Plenty of Buyers, Not So Many Sellers

With mortgage originations expected to be relatively flat in the new year, one might think it would be a buyer’s market for mortgage companies. But not so, according to investment bankers interviewed by Inside Mortgage Trends. “There are far more buyers than sellers at this point in time,” said Larry Charbonneau, a principal in Charbonneau & Associates. Attending a recent trade show catering to independent mortgage banking firms, Charbonneau said he was approached by ...

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