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The Fight Against Blight in Maryland

Thursday, a fast-track foreclosure law expediting the foreclosure process was signed by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan. With the intent to reduce community blight, this bill was signed in the footsteps of a similar bill in Ohio. Industry experts provide commentary on the impact this bill may have, including being the push for other states to move forward with their own fast track foreclosure bills.

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Delgado Calls for National Solutions on ‘Vacant Home Epidemic’

At the NPPC, leaders from HUD, the GSEs, mortgage servicers, and field services companies gathered at the Mayflower Renaissance hotel to collaborate on the best practices for preserving and protecting vacant and abandoned residential properties. In his opening remarks, Delgado called for balance and a common sense approach to regulation regard to the mortgage industry.

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From the Desk of Ed Delgado: A Response to the State of the Union Address

Last night, in President Obama's State of the Union address to Congress, the President said the American people were “tired of stale political arguments.” I agree, Mr. President, we are tired. We are tired of the divisive language from our President. Instead of bringing America together and setting us forth on the path towards economic growth and prosperity, what I heard in his address was more of the same misguided, go-it-alone ideas we’ve heard before, as opposed to real job creation and economic growth.

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