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How Fannie and Freddie Weathered 2017

The FHFA recently released its Performance and Accountability Report for FY 2017—reporting the financial condition of the enterprises. How did Fannie and Freddie fair during this year? Read on to find out.

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House Wraps Up Tax Bill

While the House may have done its part in advancing tax reform, there is still a long road before a bill reaches the president’s desk. Members of the Senate Finance Committee voted 14 to 12 along party lines to approve their version of the tax package late Thursday night. The approval helps clear the way for the full Senate to consider the bill after Thanksgiving.

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Household Debt on the Rise

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York recently released its quarterly report on Household Debt and Credit. Read on to discover the data breakdown for Q3 2017.

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Cordray Announcement Stirs the Industry

CFPB Director Richard Cordray’s announcement of his resignation has caused a slew of reactions in the industry. What is his next move? And what does this mean for the future of housing?

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Credit Access on the Incline

A record amount of Americans have access to credit through credit cards, auto loans, personal loans—and of course mortgages. See the breakdown here.

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Winter Is Coming

Supreme Court adopts new bankruptcy rules that will take effect December 1. Editor's note: This story was originally featured in the November edition of DS News, out now.

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