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Uniting Over Housing

Here is how a divided Congress can come together and solve the current housing market challenges through bipartisan legislation.

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Slashing Through the Servicing Jungle

Default servicing costs have skyrocketed over the past decade, leaving servicers lost in a jungle filled with compliance overhead, complicated investor rules, and unfair penalties. Editor’s Note: This feature appeared in the November issue of DS News.

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Rebuilding Paradise

More than a year after Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, the island faces many challenges along the road to recovery. DS News spoke to industry leaders working to facilitate that process. Editor’s Note: This feature originally appeared in the November issue of DS News.

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Seeking the Right Balance

The capital reserves in FHA’s Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund have remained above the statutory minimum for the fourth consecutive year. Here are the opportunities and headwinds the FHA foresees for this portfolio.

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Digitally Driven

AI

How is technology—including cryptocurrencies, blockchain, and fintech—changing the way the housing market operates? Find the answer here.

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