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HELOCs on the Wane?

While the overall household debt has peaked to its highest since 2008, here’s why the New York Fed’s report on household debt and credit highlight declining trends in housing debt.

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Shedding Light on Reconstruction Costs

Many homeowners assume the cost to rebuild a property should be equal to what they paid for the property. An expert explains to homeowners reconstruction costs vs. other valuations in the wake of damage caused by recent natural disasters.

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The 2019 Housing Market

Which trends from 2018 are likely to continue into the new year and what other change is the housing market likely to see? A webinar by Carrington gave insights into these questions.

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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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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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