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Then, Now, and Later

According to Fed Chair Janet Yellen, today's financial system is a safer one thanks, in large part, to the Great Recession—as well as the reforms that followed it. Read on to see Yellen's full remarks.

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Are Non-QM Loans the New Subprime?

Many have feared the recent growing popularity in nonqualified mortgage loans could indicate another crisis is on the horizon, but are these worries warranted? New research released Thursday looks at the link between non-QM and subprime loans. Are they similar enough to spell another crash? Thursday’’s report has some interesting findings.

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Immigrants Sped-up Housing Recovery

A new report found that immigrant homebuyers played a big role in helping the housing industry bounce back from the Great Recession—particularly in larger markets. Immigrants are also likely to influence housing trends in the coming years, as their interest in homeownership increases the longer they live in the U.S. According to the report, the suburbs can expect the most growth.

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