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01
Oct

Michigan Bank Gets $37 Million Fine

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is finally trying to flex its muscles. They’re tasked with protecting consumers from being taken advantage of by big corporations but lately it doesn’t look like they’ve been keeping very busy. Though recent news might change my opinion. Apparently a Michigan bank wasn’t making foreclosure prevention programs available to homeowners....

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29
Sep

GSEs Take Credit for 80,000 Foreclosures Avoided

The GSEs, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, are using the the FHFA to tout their record of preventing foreclosures. They’ve got the name and clout to be able to make sure everyone listens no matter how hard we try to tune them out. Here’s what they have to say. In the second quarter of 2014...

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24
Sep

Cities with Young Homeowners Rising

Lately, when Pittsburgh and Cleveland are in the news it’s not a good sign. Not much positive seems to come out of these cities when it comes to the housing market. So it was kind of refreshing to see the latest stats. Apparently, young college grads are finding these two locations to be havens of...

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24
Sep

FHFA Initiative Targets Communities

HARP is trying one last initiative to get people involved in the program. They’ve seen steady declines in the number of people signing up for refinancing and they take this as a worrying sign. So they’re working with organizations and community leaders to bring in more homeowners. The latest program is called the Neighborhood Stabilization...

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21
Sep

Regulation makes things Expensive

The government is doing what they always do – working hard to pass laws. And you know what? For the most part those laws are motivated by the right things and address serious issues. Take the latest round of compliance laws as an example. In the mortgage industry we’ve seen the dangers of under-regulation. Companies...

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18
Sep

Mortgages, Marriages, and Meringues

Talk about weird comparisons. I just read a detailed article explaining why mortgages are like marriages (besides for the fact that they share some letters in common, not unlike meringues). The author points to things like: - Courtship, getting the lender to agree to the borrower - Vows, making each party responsible to the other...

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18
Sep

HAMP Helps Homeowners Less and Less

Inventiveness has always been the key to a successful real estate strategy. And it’s only now that big firms from Wall Street on up are starting to figure that out. Some research firms were trying to figure out why HAMP, which has handled more than 1.3 million loan mods, took care of 70% of its...

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15
Sep

Fannie Mae Relaxes Waiting Period

Fannie Mae is actually responding to distressed homeowners needs. It only took them 6 years but better late than never right. And this one could be a game changer for the industry if they follow through. Basically they decided to relax the waiting period between a foreclosure and being able to take out a new...

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11
Sep

Judicial States see higher Asking Prices

Home asking prices are on the rise in a very select group of states, places like Florida, Illinois, and New York. People have begun to ask 2 questions: 1) What makes these places special? 2) Are these homeowners kidding themselves? The answer to question 1 is easy. Those states are “judicial” states where the foreclosure...

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09
Sep

2015 Promises Slow Growth in Housing

The housing recovery is moving slowly. This is no surprise to anyone who is actually doing any business in the market. So it’s no surprise that it’s a total shock to Fannie Mae. Their national housing survey came up with the shocking conclusion that recovery is slow. Big deal. It took a while to get...

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