Is it OK to gatecrash a Realtor’s open house?

Is it OK to gatecrash a Realtor’s open house?

Yes, but only if you follow this Reddiquette

CoreLogic: Home prices rose 6.9% annually in August

Forecasts calls for 4.3% growth by August 2016

TRID pushes industry into digital mortgages

eMortgages are the obvious choice


House to vote on TRID grace period Wednesday

Would formally extend it until Feb. 1, 2016
Congressional sources tell HousingWire the House will consider H.R. 3192, the Homebuyers Assistance Act, sponsored by Rep. French Hill, R-Ark., Wednesday afternoon. The industry says it's badly needed. Will it pass and will it be enough?
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Angelina Jolie’s childhood home for sale

Hits the market for $2M
Before she was ever married to actor Brad Pitt, actress Angelina Jolie lived in a four-bedroom midcentury modern home in the rural enclave of Snedens Landing in Rockland County, New York with her family growing up. That house could now be yours for a mere $2M.
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Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac offers relief to South Carolina flood victims

Forbearance, other options made available
Over the last several days, torrential downpours have battered some residents in South Carolina with more than two feet of rain, resulting in as many as 14 deaths and damage currently estimated to be more than $1 billion. Now, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are offering relief to the thousands of homeowners affected by the devastating floods.
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Is HUD hiding embarrassing data on widow foreclosures?

HUD denies FOIA fee waiver
The California Investment Coalition submitted a Freedom of Information Act request to HUD, asking for data about Financial Freedom’s record with the number of complaints filed against it, and the number of foreclosures it had processed on widowed homeowners. Shockingly, HUD denied the fee waiver request, leaving significant reverse mortgage questions unanswered.
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