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Slow Home Sales in the Golden State

California home sales recorded the slowest growth in seven years with a decline in deals below $50,000, according to a CoreLogic report. The sales in the Golden State dropped on...

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A ‘Meaningful’ Change

Taking a respite from its stubborn downward trajectory for the past few years, housing inventory increased in October. However, the reversal was not enough to bring home prices down a...

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Has Streamlining Benefited Loan Mods?

Back in 2013, Fannie Mae launched a streamlined, no-documentation loan modification program to help more beleaguered borrowers dodge foreclosure and remain in their homes. Contrary to expectation, the innovative program...

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500 Days in the Housing Industry

The Trump administration recently celebrated 500 days in office. How has the landscape of the housing industry changed during that time? In this piece, DS News will walk you through...

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The Single Refiling Rule Reconsidered

Most mortgage servicers and foreclosure practitioners are familiar with Illinois’ single refiling rule, which has been interpreted as permitting only one refiling of a claim, even if the statute of...

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