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In Case of Emergency

With natural disasters impacting housing markets around the country each year, how should REO managers prepare before and after disaster strikes?

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Slashing Through the Servicing Jungle

Default servicing costs have skyrocketed over the past decade, leaving servicers lost in a jungle filled with compliance overhead, complicated investor rules, and unfair penalties. Editor’s Note: This feature appeared in the November issue of DS News.

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The Yeas and Nays on Housing Legislation

A rent-control proposal that was part of three housing-related legislation that voters across California were voting on was rejected by the residents of the Golden State. Here’s why this proposal elicited strong reactions for and against it.

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It Pays to Be a Landlord

House for rent

A new study breaks down the wealth gap between consumers who just own their homes and investors who make their incomes from renting out their properties.

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A Comeback With A Twist

The RMBS market has picked up substantially over the past two years, but here’s how today’s transactions look a little different from those of the past.

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