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Fannie Mae Launches Disaster Response Network

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Fannie Mae announced the launch of a comprehensive "action plan" to help homeowners who are impacted by natural disasters. Get the details here and learn how else the GSE is addressing the rising impact of natural disasters on our industry.

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Zeroing In On HQ2

As Amazon moves closer to picking the cities where it plans its second headquarters, take a look at the frontrunners and the Amazon impact on the housing markets in those cities.

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Missed Opportunity

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In a rising mortgage rate environment, how much do homebuyers today have to earn to afford the mortgage on an average-priced home? How much could they have saved if they made it to the market sooner?

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Eliminating Barriers to Homeownership

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A new report analyzes factors that can reduce the challenges of home buying. But here’s the chief factor that’s helping to mitigate the negative effects of rising mortgage rates.

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The Millennial Mindset

Experts weigh in on what the mortgage industry can do to connect with one of the largest emerging homebuyer groups in the country. Editor’s Note: This feature originally appeared in the October issue of MReport.

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When Homeowners Won’t Sell

A new report looks at factors that are leading homeowners to remain in their current dwelling for longer periods of time. See how this trend affects home sales.

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