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    MARKET STUDIES

    Index Points to Moderate Economic Growth For Remainder of 2014

    Author: Tory Barringer

    A gauge of leading economic indicators in the United States showed solid growth in September, suggesting moderate economic expansion to finish out the year.

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    FORECLOSURE

    Foreclosure Inventory, Delinquencies See Declines in September

    Author: Brian Honea

    In September, foreclosure inventory in the U.S. fell to its lowest level in more than six years while delinquencies also significantly declined, according to Black Knight Financial Services' "First Look"...

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    MARKET STUDIES

    Same Three States Top Negative Equity List in Q3 for Fourth Straight Quarter

    Author: Brian Honea

    Nevada, Florida, and Illinois were the top three states in negative equity for residential properties in the third quarter of 2014, marking the fourth consecutive quarter those three states led the nation...

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    MARKET STUDIES

    Fannie Mae Expects Slow But Sure Housing Growth in 2015

    Author: Brian Honea

    Where the U.S. housing market is concerned, Fannie Mae chief economist Doug Duncan said he is anticipating overall weaker home sales in 2014 than in 2013. But he expects that overall home sales in 2015...

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    Treasury Deputy Secretary Says Student Loan Debt Not ‘Inherently Bad’

    Speaking at the 56th annual meeting of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) on Monday, U.S. Department of Treasury Deputy Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin said she does not see the nation's growing problem of student loan debt leading to an economic meltdown – and student loan debt may not be affecting a borrower's ability to buy a home,...

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  • Illinois Legislative Update: Senate Bill 2664

    The first bill, Senate Bill 2664, sponsored in the Senate by Sen. John Mulroe (D-Chicago) and Rep. Sam Yingling (D-Hainesville), is designed to prevent abuses by condominium associations by limiting the fees that can be applied to the buyer of a foreclosed property and to facilitate the sale of the property to the new buyer.

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