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Savings Clauses in Foreclosure

An overlooked topic in foreclosure law is the effect of savings clauses in loan documents. Here, legal experts discuss the importance of savings clauses, and how they can help, or hinder.

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The State of Homeowner Credit

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Homeowners are feeling a high debt-to-income ratio, but according to recent data, not all is lost. Here’s how some of that pressure may be relieved.

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Cloudvirga Partners With Ellie Mae

The joint solution is a fully bi-directional integration that seamlessly maps all data fields, from disclosure tracking to itemization of fees, creating a more robust dataset.

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Maxine Waters: “This Hearing Was Long Overdue”

In a hearing on holding credit bureaus more accountable the House Financial Services Committee sought answers from Equifax, TransUnion, and Experian on credit reporting. Here’s what the committee and witnesses had to say about making the process stronger and more secure.

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HELOCs on the Wane?

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While the overall household debt has peaked to its highest since 2008, here’s why the New York Fed’s report on household debt and credit highlight declining trends in housing debt.

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