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Dualities of the Housing Market

A new analysis by the American Enterprise Institute gave insights into the factors that seemingly point towards a slump in housing. Here’s what it found.

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Positioning for Profitability

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Ocwen marks the beginning of another chapter after its acquisition of PHH with the appointment of two senior leaders to drive its ongoing transformation to deliver significant benefits to consumers, employees, clients, and investors.

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Rebuilding Puerto Rico

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As the island of Puerto Rico looks at a long road to recovery more than a year after being hit by Hurricane Maria, leaders from the mortgage and servicing industry have come together to help in rebuilding this paradise.

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An Update on GSE Conservatorship

A report gives insights into what has changed in the year since the first blueprint for restoring the safety and soundness of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac made the rounds.

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Catastrophe in California

Wildfire resiliency

Wildfires continue to ravage California, engulfing acres in flames and destroying homes and lives. Here’s how the industry and government agencies are reaching out to homeowners impacted by this tragedy

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A Change of Order

As new members to the Congress get elected and old ones hold on to their constituencies, we look at how these mid-term results may impact the housing market.

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