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The “Meaningful Attorney Involvement” Standard

Here’s why law firms serving clients in the default industry must be familiar with cases addressing “meaningful attorney involvement.” Editor’s note: This feature originally appeared in the January issue of DS News, out now.

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Serious Delinquencies Hit a 12-Year Low

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While overall mortgage delinquencies are falling month-over-month, a new report found some surprising data on loan prepays. Click through to learn more about the numbers behind the default servicing market.

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Risky Business

We take a look at credit availability and how that affects default risk. How does current risk compare to the years before the housing bubble emerged and burst?

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What did S&P Say About Mortgage Defaults?

Consumer credit default rates for mortgages have remained fairly stable this year, according to a new analysis. Here’s a breakdown of how mortgage defaults performed compared to credit cars and auto loan default rates.

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The Key to Easing Mortgage Defaults

Here’s what a new research that gauged the impact of mortgage payment and principal reduction revealed about how they impacted defaults and delinquencies and the implications for policies on how financial institutions can help homeowners facing default.

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Helping Americans Keep Their Homes

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has announced a grant for housing counseling that will help 1 million households find housing, make more informed choices, and keep their current homes. Here’s what the grant entails.

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Why the South is Delinquency Prone

Despite delinquency and foreclosure rates dropping to a 12-year low, a report found that some factors are likely to increase defaults in several Southern states. Click through for a breakdown on delinquency and foreclosure rate performance nationally and in the South.

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