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The Housing Market’s Long March to Recovery

Between December 2007 and June 2009, U.S. households lost over $16 trillion in net worth. That’s one of the stark figures that opens CoreLogic’s new special report entitled “Evaluating the Housing Market Since the Great Recession.” The report tracks the ...

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Home Values: On the Rise

The housing market has been growing at a consistent pace, but it will take another five years for it to emerge from the shadow of the Great Recession, according to experts surveyed by Zillow in its Home Price Expectations Survey. ...

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Fannie Mae CEO on the GSE’s Past & Future

It’s been a decade since the housing bubble collapsed, sending shockwaves through the mortgage industry and creating economic impacts that are still being felt throughout the nation to varying degrees. In its December 2017 issue, DS News spoke to several ...

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Are Servicing Reforms on the Horizon?

With housing finance reform legislation once again in the works in Congress, now might be the right time for reforms in the mortgage servicing industry. The first in this three-part series of reports makes a case for the government to review and mitigate the risks associated with inefficient mortgage servicing.

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Housing Bubble 2.0?

Editor's note: This story was originally featured in the December issue of DS News, out now.  In 2008, the economy experienced the historical fall of the housing market and the resulting financial crisis—an epic phenomenon that some feared would grow ...

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Default Data After the Great Recession

A new JPMorgan Chase report examines the effects of mortgage modification programs in the aftermath of the Great Recession. How much difference did these programs make, and what can they tell us about the borrowers who made use of them?

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Rising House Prices Trail Pre-Housing Bubble Levels

Home prices have been on the rise in many markets, spurred by inventory shortages and lower interest rates. But how do real home prices compare to where prices were at before the bubble and the Recession?

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September Consumer Confidence Rises to Highest Post-Recession Level

September's increase in confidence is the result of optimistic outlooks on the overall economy and personal incomes. In fact, of the two components that make up the overall consumer sentiment index—consumer expectations and current conditions—a rise in the former is solely responsible for the positive movement in September.

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Report: Millennials Can Still Make a Difference In Housing

That gain in younger household formations is expected to translate to $1.6 trillion spent on home purchases and $600 billion spent on rent in the next few years—more on a per-person basis than any other generation.

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