Our take on the latest trending events:

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The housing market is seeing a significant increase in activity as demand increases, and housing prices rise, pointing to a potentially ideal time for lenders to review their loan portfolios to look for profitable opportunities.
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There are a lot of loans and mortgages coming to the end of their forbearance period after millions of Americans sought financial assistance. Lenders would be wise to sell a portion of their portfolios to minimize the overall strain that this may place on servicing departments.
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nterest rates continue to remain at historic lows thanks to the recent Federal Reserve meeting. This is helping loan assets to be priced at attractive levels for banks and credit unions, who may want to act now to sell off certain assets.
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Prices in the secondary market for mortgages - particularly distressed assets - have rebounded from early pandemic pricing to near pre-pandemic pricing. And an increase in home sales points to a potential strengthening of the economy.
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Loans to small businesses are increasingly being treated like consumer loans, prompting lenders to be vigilant when buying or selling these types of loans.
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Renting real estate has long been lucrative for investors, but a spike in demand for single-family homes presents a unique opportunity to grow an investment portfolio.
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