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Hurricanes Impacting Housing Starts

Housing starts have fallen significantly according to a Census Bureau report on new residential construction. Experts parse through the numbers and explain the correlation of the dip with the recent hurricanes.

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Reverse Mortgage Rules Receive an Update

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The Federal Housing Administration recently announced that it will begin requiring lenders originating new reverse mortgages, to provide a second property appraisal under certain circumstances. Find out what circumstances call for a second appraisal.

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Analyzing the Dip in Summer Home Sales

Following a soft summer, the increase in new single-family home sales seems like a welcome relief. Click through to find out what experts have to say about the increase, and what it means when facing the recovery from Hurricane Florence.

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HUD Proceeds with Fair Housing Amendments

Following a court ruling, that dismissed a lawsuit against the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, the agency is moving forward on amending the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing regulations. Here are the details.

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CRFS Expands Service Offerings

The additional offerings complement CRFS' claims processing solutions platform, allowing clients to choose from a comprehensive menu of Consulting services based on their unique business needs.

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