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  • Unexplored Territory

    The past 24-plus months have confronted the mortgage and servicing industries with challenges both daunting and immediate. DS News polled a cross-section of industry experts on what they’ve learned and where we go from here. ...

  • Seizing the Moment With Servicing Automation

    When it comes to automation in the default servicing industry, here's why the future is now. ...

  • The Changing of the Guard: A Conversation With NMSA’s Leadership

    DS News spoke to the National Mortgage Servicing Association’s 2019-2021 Chair Wes G. Iseley and 2022-2024 Chair Jocelyn Martin-Leano about the state of the servicing landscape and what lies ahead. ...

  • Pumping the Brakes

    Jim Albertelli and Stacy Mestayer of Voxtur explain why the housing slowdown could prove to be a boon for mortgage servicing. ...

  • Why Renters Move

    Don’t overlook the inflated cost of ignoring your property’s brand value. Rachel Richardson of Rent. examines this important aspect of rental properties. ...

Switching Tracks: Shifting to the Online Auction

With REO inventory down, bulk sales at the GSEs have reached the end of their line, and the agencies are shifting over to the far-reaching tracks of the online auction. This select print feature original appeared in the July 2016 issue of DS News.

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Investing? Do Your Homework

Buyers of non-performing loan variations should focus on risk management and due diligence. This select print feature originally appeared in the July 2016 issue of DS News.

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Changing of the Guard

Conventional logic suggests that the mortgage industry is in real trouble because of its age. Editor's note: This select print feature is scheduled to appear in the June 2016 issue of DS News, which will be digitally available on June 1.

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What’s Next for REO? A 10-Year Perspective

While the single-family rental market is one area that will continue to provide opportunity in the REO marketplace, the question remains: What’s next for the banks, servicers, and investors who touch the REO sector nearly a decade past its high? This select print feature originally appeared in the May 2016 issue of DS News.

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Bucking the Trend

Conventional wisdom says that keeping rehab costs at a minimum is the best was to recoup losses on vacant and abandoned properties. The conventional wisdom may be wrong. This special print feature originally appeared in the December 2015 issue of DS News magazine.

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