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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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Freddie Mac Announces Small-Pool Pilot With EarnUp

As homeowners struggle to make loan payments on time, Freddie Mac plans to collab with a new online platform in tandem with its borrower help network. The startup intends to help low and moderate income earners manage the debts and make payments on time.

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Cyprexx Expands InvisiBoard Offerings

Brandon, Florida based Cyprexx Services, LLC has launched new, more cost effective sheet sizes of its InvisiBoard polycarbonate in addition to providing select InvisiBoard products on Amazon.

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Harvey Survivors: HUD’s Top Priority

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) released short, intermediate, and long-term efforts that are currently underway for Hurricane Harvey survivors. As HUD continues to keep the lives and safety of all those affected by the devastation as ...

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Keeping up with the CFPB

The Legal League 100 held an industry webinar Thursday afternoon to discuss changes in CFPB’s servicing rules. Three expert panelists joined the discussion to help ensure understanding and compliance.

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4 Tips for Efficient Document Management

Collateral trailing document management is a critical part of the mortgage post-closing equation, not to mention a required function for mortgage lenders. Take a look at a few tips that could make it more effective and efficient.

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