Did little-known Arizona law start the appraiser death clock?

Did little-known Arizona law start the appraiser death clock?

Gov. Ducey inadvertently hands a victory to AMCs

JPMorgan’s Dimon to Sen. Warren: Hit me with a fine. We can afford it

New afterword from Warren’s book reveals tense exchange

Costs up, profits down: Closing a mortgage gets more expensive

In just one quarter the profit dropped $153 per loan
W S
Servicing / The Ticker

Different foreclosure timelines create bifurcated housing recovery

/ Print / Reprints /
| Share More
/ Text Size+

"Broadly, states with a nonjudicial process witnessed a sharper decline in home prices at the beginning of the downturn, but are currently enjoying price appreciation," Michelle Meyer with Bank of America-Merrill Lynch told Business Insider. "This is due to a more efficient disposition of delinquent supply, leaving lean inventory in many markets."

 

Source: Sam Ro
Read full story

Recent Articles by HousingWire Staff

Comments powered by Disqus