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Tackling the Effect of the Shutdown

While the effects of the longest government shutdown in history are being felt by the housing market, it has particularly affected affordable housing and community development. Here’s how lenders and housing agencies are addressing the challenges associated with this shutdown.

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A Home for the Holidays

housing optimism

Here’s how lenders and real estate agents can help vacation homebuyers determine whether they can afford to take on a second mortgage.

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Gauging Mortgage Performance

Underwriting

Click through to learn what an OCC report on mortgage performance data of some of the largest banks in the U.S. revealed about the state of mortgage loans.

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A Refreshed Identity

Reiterating what it stands for, Bank of America recently unveiled its campaign focused on the power to make a difference. Watch Brian Moynihan, CEO of the bank speak more on what this means for them as well as key stakeholders such as borrowers.

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Block Block, Who’s There?

A decade of cryptocurrencies, the first to use blockchain, was celebrated recently, but here’s how this and other technology has changed the mortgage market more recently.

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