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A Change of Order

As new members to the Congress get elected and old ones hold on to their constituencies, we look at how these mid-term results may impact the housing market.

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Which Three States Have Ended Veteran Homelessness?

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has announced new data on veteran homelessness. See what the report had to say about the states and communities that are ending veteran homelessness.

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Lower the Risk, Lesser the Regulation Says Fed

The Fed has published a framework that would more closely match regulations for large banking organizations with their risk profiles. Here’s how the new regulation would impact mortgage lenders.

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Shifting Powers on Capitol Hill

The Mid-term elections are almost upon us and how America votes next week could determine the course of the housing market. Here’s what can change and what won’t.

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The Future Business of the FHA

In a keynote address on Wednesday, FHA Commissioner Brian Montgomery gave insights into current initiatives at the FHA and what you can expect from it in the future.

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BCFP Tallies Consumer Worries

The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection has released a report enumerating the total number of complaints it has received by state and financial product or service. Find out what states complain the most (and least) about mortgage issues and why.

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FHFA’s Three Goals Over Three Years

The FHFA has outlined a roadmap for the housing finance agency and the entities under its conservatorship for a more diverse and inclusive future by 2021. What are those goals and how will they impact your business?

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