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FHFA’s Foreclosure Prevention and Refinance Activity Report

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) released the Federal Property Manager’s 21-page Foreclosure Prevention, Refinance Report for October 2020. The full document details the entire month, but here are some highlights.  When it came to refinancing, October continued to raise numbers. A record-breaking ...

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How Biden’s Economic Stimulus Plan Might Impact Housing

President-elect Joe Biden last week provided a $1.9 trillion plan for rescuing the U.S. economy. Housing industry insiders and other American's have responded to key housing-related areas of the package including individual stimulus checks in the amount of $1,400 (in ...

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Millions May Lose Their Homes When Moratoria Expire

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Despite federal and local efforts to halt foreclosures and evictions during a global health crisis, losing a home has become a real threat facing millions of Americans, especially as preventative moratoria expire in December and January.  Several reports and publications ...

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What Marcia Fudge’s Appointment Might Mean for HUD

Since President-elect Joe Biden nominated Ohio Rep. Marcia Fudge for Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), members of the housing industry, and Fudge herself, have reacted. Via Twitter, following the nomination, Fudge said, "This pandemic, the ...

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Possible Solutions for Borrowers Unable to Make Payments

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Based on its recent research and panel discussions, the Urban Institute on Friday published "Three Ways to Help 3.2 Million Struggling Homeowners." The Institute has discovered that while some 3.7 million homeowners, as of November, had resumed mortgage payments and ...

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