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  • Understanding the HAF

    Attorney Marissa M. Yaker details what you need to know about the Homeowner Assistance Fund, and the HAF’s goal of mitigating financial hardships associated with the pandemic. ...

  • Re-Examining ‘Injury in Fact’ With Hunstein II

    What do recent decisions regarding the Hunstein case mean for the industry? Legal League 100 attorney Daniel C. Chilton takes a look at its impact on the industry moving forward. ...

  • A Life in the Default Profession

    Legal League 100 Vice Chair Anthony Van Ness looks back at a career spent working in default legal services. ...

  • Practicing Law as a Digital Nomad

    The global health crisis spurred the legal field to embrace digital processes out of necessity. Attorney Michelle Garcia Gilbert asks “Where do we go from here?” ...

  • Borrower Defenses 2022

    When it comes to foreclosures, what types of legal defenses should be expected? Legal League 100 Chair Stephen M. Hladik details the challenges that lie ahead for servicers and their attorney partners. ...

A Ticking Timebomb

While flood damage is estimated to increase by 61% over the next 30 years, rates of flood insurance coverage lag behind—a mounting threat for property owners. Natascha DeVries, VP, Account Management at ServiceLink National Flood examines this impact.

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Empowering Call Centers in the Digital Age

Delivering a great customer experience has become more challenging than ever. Stephen Staid of Sourcepoint discusses how to empower call centers and associates with technology that ensures every borrower interaction is a positive one.

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A Keen Eye

It’s critical to correctly value distressed assets as they come out of foreclosure. Ken Dicks, Director of Appraisal Compliance & Initiatives for Reggora, shares his perspective with DS News this month.

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The Home Insurance Forecast

As extreme weather becomes the norm, home insurance may become increasingly unaffordable—or simply unattainable for homeowners in some regions.

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Charting a Course

As we approach the dawn of 2022, DS News spoke with industry experts about the challenges and opportunities mortgage servicing faces in a post-pandemic environment.

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Getting Ready for Regulation F

A new federal debt collection rule will add to a growing list of servicer compliance challenges. DS News examines this new regulation and how it is impacting the servicing space.

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