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Risky Business

The FHA’s Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund currently covers both forward and reverse mortgages. But is that really the best way to asses risk for the programs?

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What Lies Ahead?

With a new year on the horizon, what does the future have in store? A recent report breaks down the top five market trends to look out for in 2018.

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Title Insurers Look Forward to Strong 2018

Fitch Ratings has released a new 2018 Outlook forecasting good things for the title insurance industry next year, thanks in part to rising home prices. However, a downtick in mortgage originations may hamper revenue growth.

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Loans and Profits Sink for Independent Lenders

A new report released Thursday finds that independent mortgage banks and mortgage subsidiaries of chartered banks reported a drop in net gains in each loan they originated in Q3 2017—read on the discover the performance breakdown.

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Yellen Talks Economic Outlook as Tenure Winds Down

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen delivered her Economic Outlook testimony on Wednesday—which could be her last appearance before Congress before she leaves the Fed in February. Overall, Yellen said that the U.S. economy has strengthened further this year. Despite adversity ...

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What’s in Store for Appraisals?

A recently developed white paper reports that the industry’s data and analytics is evolving—as innovation and technology are used more than ever before. Read on to discover the best tips for investors and appraisers looking to refine their strategies.

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Senate Budget Committee Approves Republican Tax Bill

The Senate Budget Committee approved the Republican tax bill Tuesday afternoon, clearing another hurdle for the legislation and putting it on track for a full Senate vote. The vote came after Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Charles Schumer pulled out of ...

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Legal Perspective: Untangling What Having Two Acting Directors of CFPB Means

This controversy of who will lead the CFPB in the interim of a new director being confirmed by the Senate will eventually be resolved, but given the novel legal issues it presents and the strong interests on both sides, it could take time to wind through the courts. And the fact that we are faced with this uncertainty has serious consequences, because any actions undertaken by an unauthorized Acting Director could be void.

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