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U.S. Senate: Credit Bureaus Data Security and Equifax

The U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs met Tuesday morning in an open session titled “Consumer Data Security and the Credit Bureaus” to address how credit bureaus intend on protecting consumer data—specifically in light of the recent ...

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Ask the Economist: Selma Hepp on Economic Growth

Selma Hepp is the Chief Economist and VP of Business Intelligence for Pacific Union International, Inc. She joined Pacific Union in 2016 to oversee the vital economic and technology intelligence for the company. Prior to joining Pacific Union, Hepp served ...

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Keeping Up With Compliance Trends

DS News talks with Rushmore Loan Management AVP Jacqueline Pardue to discuss some of the difficulties in compliance and vendor management. How do you help to standardize vendor management process in an industry that has so many different standards? See the ...

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Market Update: Home Sales’ Status

On Monday, the October RE/MAX National Housing Report released, revealing that September marked the fifth month in 2017 to post a decline in home sales. Additionally, the reported noted that this marks the 71st consecutive month of rising sale prices year-over-year. ...

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Week Ahead: Beige Book Highlights Economic Conditions

The Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions by Federal Reserve District plans to release its September Beige Book Wednesday. The book is designed to supplement the data and analyses already used by Federal Reserve economists to access economic conditions ...

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Suburbs: Where Americans are Migrating

Politics and affordability are causing Americans to relocate, according to data released Friday by Redfin. In the first half of 2017, 7.4 percent more people moved out of blue (Democratic) counties than to them, while red (Republican) counties experienced a ...

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Stepping Up To CWCOTs

Editor’s Note: This article was originally featured in the October issue of DS News, available now. It’s been nearly a decade since our country’s financial crisis, the worst in our history since the Great Depression of the early 1930s. A ...

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Housing Peak Levels Then Vs. Now

CoreLogic Principal Economist Molly Boesel recently took a look at the overall boom and bust cycle for the housing market in 2017. Looking at the length of the decline and how far prices fell, CoreLogic is revealing parallels between the peak ...

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Wells Fargo and BofA: Q3 2017 Results Revealed

On Friday, Wells Fargo and Bank of America released Q3 2017 financial results. Wells Fargo’s revenue dropped 2 percent—to $21.9 billion—compared to third quarter 2016. The bank noted that Q3 2017 included a discrete litigation cost of $1 billion for ...

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