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DS News Webcast: Thursday 1/14/2016

While those in the mortgage industry continue to debate whether or not housing has recovered and what exactly constitutes a recovery, default metrics continue to tumble. In November, the number of homes in some state of foreclosure across the country ...

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DS News Webcast: Tuesday 1/12/2016

JPMorgan Chase has fulfilled nearly all of its required 4 billion dollar consumer relief obligation under the terms of the 2013 Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities Settlement, according to a report from the office of independent monitor Joseph A. Smith, Jr. released today. In Smith’s seventh ...

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DS News Webcast: Monday 1/11/2016

Many in the mortgage industry were anxiously waiting to view the results of the first jobs report of 2016 to see if the Federal Reserve was on track with the timing of its long-awaited December rate hike or if the ...

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DS News Webcast: Friday 1/8/2016

The single-family rental market gained traction as a viable asset class with phenomenal growth in 2015. According to Morningstar Credit Ratings managing director of RBMS Brian Grow, the fundamentals driving that growth were an increase in renters, a decrease in ...

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DS News Webcast: Thursday 1/7/2016

Critics of HUD’s Distressed Asset Stabilization Program claim that HUD should sell more distressed or nonperforming loans to nonprofits rather than profit-seeking investors. However, researchers from the Urban Institute concluded that all parties—HUD, the borrowers, and investors—stand to benefit when ...

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DS News Webcast: Wednesday 1/6/2016

The good news for JPMorgan Chase Bank and EverBank: The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced on Tuesday that it has terminated mortgage-related consent orders against them. Now the bad news for those two banks: the OCC assessed civil money penalties ...

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DS News Webcast: Tuesday 1/5/2016

Distressed residential home sales, which consist of REO properties and short sales, dropped by 2 percentage points year-over-year in October 2015 despite an expected seasonal monthly increase of zero point 2 percentage points from September to October, according to data ...

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DS News Webcast: Holiday 2015

Heading into 2016, the majority of the mortgage industry is still struggling to comply with the CFPB's Know Before You Owe mortgage rule, or the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule, commonly known as TRID. The rule went into effect on October ...

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DS News Webcast: Wednesday 12/23/2015

The National Association of Realtors reported on Tuesday that existing-home sales dropped off in November to an annual rate of about 4 point 76 million, the slowest pace in 19 months. November’s decline represented a 10 point 5 percent drop ...

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DS News Webcast: Tuesday 12/22/2015

In September 2015, the cash sales share declined by another 3 point 4 percentage points year-over-year down to 32 point 5 percent, meaning all-cash transactions accounted for less than one-third of all residential home sales during the month, according to ...

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