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Treasury Disputes Arbitration Rule’s Costs, Benefits

The U.S. Treasury released an 18-page analysis Monday disputing the CFPB’s arbitration rule, claiming the Bureau failed to evaluate if the arbitration clauses would protect consumer and public interest, which the report cites are the Bureau’s “two statutory mandates.”

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CFPB Outlines Protecting Consumer-shared Data

The CFPB seeks to ensure consumers can share their data to third party companies, such as “fintech” firms, banks, and other financial institutions, with the peace of mind that their data is valued and protected.

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Survey: Top Skills Among Real Estate Agents

A successful career in real estate takes confidence, persistence, and a wealth of housing knowledge, but what professional skills do current agents claim to be the most important? Recent data cites that and more inside.

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The Risk of Low Interest Rates

With uncertainty if the Fed will spike interest rates, some argue that low interest rates could be the cause of major lending risks. Read on to find out why.

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