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The Pandemic’s Toll on Small Landlords 

Mom-and-pop landlords have been forgoing maintenance due the eviction moratorium, as a new study reports that 28% of landlords were found deferring maintenance on at least one of their units during the pandemic.

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Eight Years of Financial Progress

The U.S. Department of the Treasury says that looking back eight years after the housing crisis, clear economic recovery has been seen as well as enormous progress creating a more stable and secure financial system.

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Government Passes the Baton to Servicers

The U.S. Department of the Treasury, HUD, and FHFA released a white paper designed to guide future loss mitigation and reflect on the lessons learned from the implementation of these housing recovery programs.

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TARP Takes Another Step Toward Winding Down

The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced on August 14 that it plans to continue selling its shares of common stock in Ally Financial, thus further reducing its investment in the Detroit-based lender.

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Sarah Bloom Raskin Confirmed as Deputy Secretary Of The Treasury

Sarah Bloom Raskin was confirmed by the United States Senate today to serve as Deputy Secretary of the Treasury. Previously, Raskin was confirmed in 2010 by the Senate to serve as a Governor of the Board of the Federal Reserve where she helped conduct the nation’s monetary policy, regulate banking institutions, and implement Wall Street Reform.

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