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How Low Can Foreclosure Rates Go?

foreclosure

Foreclosure rates have continued to dwindle in recent months, and May was no exception. Click through to learn what milestone the national foreclosure rate crossed last month, and whether there are any changes on the horizon.

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Single-Family Rental Prices Bode Well for Investors

single-family rental

Many of the factors that are driving up home prices across the country are impacting single-family rental as well, with one particular segment of the market seeing a recent uptick. Click through to learn what’s happening with SFR, and what it means for the industry.

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Mortgage Servicing Industry Braces for Next Disaster

hurricane storm surge

With natural disasters causing more than $300 billion in damages last year, the industry is looking ahead to whatever comes next. This July, a Disaster Preparedness Summit will work to establish a game plan for responding swiftly and efficiently to future disasters.

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How Are Mortgages Performing in 2018?

mortgage loans performance

A new report from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency examines mortgage performance as of Q1 2018. Click through to learn more about current foreclosure rates, prevention actions, and other data crucial to the servicing landscape.

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The Millennial Dream Home Looks Like This

dream home

A majority of millennials plan to purchase a home within the next five years, and they have some strong preferences about what they’re seeking. Click through to learn what millennials and other Americans are imagining when they imagine their dream homes.

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