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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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Last Line of Defense: Claims Management

Claims Management serves as the last line of defense before ultimate gains or losses are realized on a default property; thus, perfecting a claims management strategy is critical to minimizing losses and maximizing gains. Editor’s Note: This feature originally appeared in the August issue of DS News.

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Are Servicing Reforms on the Horizon?

With housing finance reform legislation once again in the works in Congress, now might be the right time for reforms in the mortgage servicing industry. The first in this three-part series of reports makes a case for the government to review and mitigate the risks associated with inefficient mortgage servicing.

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