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Two Bills Approved to Reform, Reauthorize NFIP

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The House Financial Services Committee unanimously approved a markup of eight bills  this week aimed to make homeownership more affordable and sustainable, including two bills to reform and reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Among the bills approved were ...

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Fannie Mae Announces NPL Sale Winners

Fannie Mae recently announced the winner of its fifteenth non-performing loan sale, which included 4,300 loans totaling $770.13 million in unpaid principal balance, divided among four pools.

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Re-examining Data Privacy Under the FCRA

Data privacy, the use of technology, and the impact of unregulated credit scores on consumer debt were in focus at a Senate Banking Committee hearing. Here’s what was discussed about the present and future for credit score reporting.

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Checking in on Interest Rates

Positive economic factors, including a strong mortgage market, are leading experts to believe the Fed will cut interest rates in the near future. In this Video Spotlight, find out how much the Fed may cut rates.

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