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Factors Impacting Delinquent Loan Projections

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While it is easy for mortgage servicers to think about revenue realization for more extreme delinquency levels, how can they account for those in the early levels of default? A recent webinar on mortgage servicing rights gave insights into this question.

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DS News October: The Fight Against Zombie Homes

The October print edition of DS News tackles finding the right tools to strike back against vacant properties, the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act on appraisals, how to expand a real estate brokerage business, and more. Click through for a peek at what’s inside our issue this month.

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Driving Progress in Housing and Mortgage

Courtney Thompson, Director Default Oversight and Operations, Flagstar Banks, who received the Rising Business Leader Keystone Award, has demonstrated an outstanding capability to lead and drive progress, like her fellow finalists. Click through to learn more about the work and achievements of these remarkable women in housing.

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What’s Impacting Default Rates?

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The mortgage default rate rose just slightly, staying relatively strong in August even with the impact form natural disasters. See what factors are keeping defaults down.

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Improving Efficiencies in Mortgage Servicing

Technological innovations in the servicing space are changing the way this market segment operates. Here’s how tech is helping default servicers streamline their operations to focus on people who matter the most—homeowners.

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Why Is Mortgage Default Risk Rising?

The probability of default in a mortgage loan increased in the first quarter of 2018 compared with 2017, according to recent data. Click through to learn what factors are responsible for the rise in default risk.

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