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Home Sales Pick Up the Pace

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The time homes spend on the market is decreasing. A new report shows just how swiftly homes move these days, and how few there are to go around in the first place.

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Fighting Homelessness With Furnished Homes

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Humble Design, a nonprofit that works to provide donated home furnishings and decorating services for families and veterans emerging from homelessness, is set to expand into the San Diego market. With an estimated 8,500 homeless individuals in the region, here’s how the organization is looking to make a difference.

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Extending Foreclosure Protections for Homeowners

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The Rhode Island legislature has voted to extend a law that requires mediation between mortgage lenders and homeowners before a foreclosure can be completed. Click through to learn more about the law, which was previously set to expire next month.

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The Evolution of the REO Landscape

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Patrick McClain, SVP of Hubzu Auction Services, talks to DS News about how the REO space has evolved in recent years, the challenges of operating amidst low foreclosure inventory, and how struggling homeowners are benefitting from options such as short sales.

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The Future of Credit Risk Transfers

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Rising interest rates and declining volumes leave the GSEs with little room to expand their credit risk transfer transactions. However, CRTs may have room to grow elsewhere in the market.

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