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A Win-Win for Borrowers and the FHA

The recent MMI Fund Annual Report published by the FHA highlighted how the CWCOT program was saving money for the agency and borrowers. Five Star Institute’s President and CEO, Ed Delgado makes a case for why certain tweaks to the FHA’s CWCOT program would benefit homeowners and the agency.

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Wells Fargo Addresses Technical Glitch

While an expanded review of its loan modification products revealed more borrowers being impacted than originally envisaged, here are some steps that the bank plans to take to remediate this error.

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Redfin Welcomes New Chief Economist

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Real-estate brokerage Redfin announced that it has appointed Daryl Fairweather as its new Chief Economist. Fairweather comes to Redfin from Amazon, where she served as a senior behavioral economist, leading a team of analysts and economists focused on improving employee performance and engagement.

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Is the Homebuying Market Softening?

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A new report suggests that even as consumers remain confident about the overall economy, their confidence doesn’t extend to the housing market. Here are the factors that are challenging the growth of home sales.

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Mortgage Balances Decline

According to a recent report, the national total unpaid principal mortgage balances have been on a steady decline. See how mortgages and delinquencies alike have performed recently.

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Housing Inventory and Natural Disasters

With Hurricane Florence bearing down on the East Coast, see what CoreLogic Chief Economist Frank Nothaft has to say about the impact of natural disasters on delinquency rates in this Video Spotlight.

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