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Are California Homeowners on Shaky Ground?

There’ve been rumblings for years about parts of California that sit along the infamous Hayward fault. A new report parsed the potential damage to homes and insured losses if a major quake were to occur and here’s what it found.

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Fannie Mae Delivers Mixed Economic and Housing Forecast

low income households

Amid talk of trade wars, escalating home prices, and rising interest rates, Fannie Mae is remaining optimistic about overall economic growth. In Fannie's April 2018 Economic and Housing Outlook report, the GSE projects higher numbers across the board in housing ...

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Assessing the State of the Market

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Is the foreclosure crisis finally over? While many numbers point to a decline in delinquencies, the market might need to brace for a slight increase by early 2020 according to a report on the state of the U.S. housing market.

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Full Speed Ahead with Mortgage Tech

New technologies are accelerating the industry processes and increasing consumer satisfaction. Catch up on the top trends that will impact mortgage professionals this year. Editor’s Note: This story was originally featured in the April issue of DS News, out now.

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