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Finding the Right Balance in Servicing Technology

Servicers and lenders must differentiate their digital offerings and create customer experiences that are in line with increasing technology standards. Here’s why.

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Examining Single-Family Rental Return on Investment

In CoreLogic’s U.S. Economic Outlook for May 2018, CoreLogic Chief Economist Dr. Frank Nothaft puts single-family rental investment under the microscope. According to CoreLogic, “one-family rental houses, either detached or attached, have grown from 11.3 million in 2006 to 15.3 ...

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How Much Home Can a Teacher Afford?

A new report has found that despite wage increases in some cities, teachers wouldn’t be able to afford homes there. Click through to learn more about which are the most unaffordable cities for educators.

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More College Grads Moving Back Home

Recent college graduates are more frequently living at home in expensive cities—and cities those that have seen the biggest boom-bust cycles—according to a new report from Zillow. That means recent grads in Riverside, California; Miami; and New York are the ...

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As Hurricane Season Approaches, 2017’s Disaster Impact Lingers

According to CoreLogic’s latest Loan Performance Insights Report, nationwide delinquencies continued to slowly decline, with exceptions in areas still feeling the aftereffects of last year’s brutal hurricane season. As reported by CoreLogic, the 30+ day delinquency rate for February 2018 ...

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Balancing Business Concerns and Home Affordability

Starting a business and owning a home—two slices of the American Dream. While not every American will pursue the former, those who do will also have to consider the latter. Finding the right place to launch your business venture involves ...

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Three Factors Impacting the Housing Market

Mat Ishbia, President and CEO, United Wholesale Mortgage explains the three key factors that are affecting the housing market and how their impact can be felt in the latter half of the year in this video.

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What’s Behind Drops in Delinquency?

When it came to home prices, both January and February demonstrated their strongest single-month growth rates since 2005, according to the latest Mortgage Monitor Report from Black Knight, Inc., released Monday. Nationally, home prices rose 1.24 percent in the first ...

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Fannie Checks in With Homeowners

Consumer sentiment on the housing market edged up this month according to a Fannie Mae report, but while homeowner confidence remains at an all-time high, these factors impacted buyer sentiments.

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Where Home Prices Are Headed

Home prices continued to rise in April, with no signs of slowing down anytime soon. No real surprise, then, that a new Gallup survey finds most Americans anticipating that price climb to continue on its upward trajectory. But is that ...

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