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In California, a reversal of foreclosure fortunes

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Remember Ellie Mae’s cyber attack? It didn’t happen

No evidence of malicious attack found

Articles by HousingWire Staff

Fannie and Freddie’s redeeming quality: Multifamily lending

April 7, 2014
While the majority of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac products suffered during the financial crisis, one part managed to squeeze through barely scathed: the apartment-lending units.
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11 ways you know you're a compliance officer

The EPA guy was the hero in Ghostbusters, right?
March 28, 2014
This week we salute those unsung regulatory heroes, compliance officers.
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Who will lead JPMorgan Chase next?

March 25, 2014
Now that JPMorgan Chase executive Michael Cavanagh is no longer at the bank, Matt Zames, the bank’s chief operating officer, is considered to be a potential favorite to take over when CEO Jamie Dimon finally decides to step down.
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12 ways you know you're a Realtor

Hint: Your selfies are marketing material
March 21, 2014
To celebrate the housing industry we are starting an informal weekly Friday fun feature. “You might be a …” celebrating every job in the industry.
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What does GSE reform mean for the housing recovery?

The side effects of reform
March 17, 2014
The new U.S. Senate plan to dismantle Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac may in fact deal an unintended blow to the current housing recovery.
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CFPB targets "zombie" foreclosures

Borrowers don't realize they still own their homes
March 14, 2014
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is probing "zombie" foreclosures, a phenomenon first revealed by Reuters last year, article claims.
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Newbold Advisors appoints two new leadership positions

March 11, 2014
Newbold Advisors appointed two new leadership positions as part of its continued growth in the financial services industry, hiring Robert Simpson as senior director and John Steere as director of sales.
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Evidence reveals Credit Suisse mortgage lapses

Emails show new story during crisis
March 10, 2014
Credit Suisse has long claimed that it kept an untarnished name throughout the financial crisis, but that clean title might change very soon due to new evidence.
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JPMorgan extends deadline for mortgage-bond trustees

March 7, 2014
JPMorgan extended its deadline and agreed to give mortgage-bond trustees evaluating a proposed $4.5 billion settlement over bad loans an extra three months to consider signing onto the deal.
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Head of Citigroup residential mortgages gets big promotion

Jane Fraser named CEO of U.S. Consumer & Commercial Banking at Citigroup
March 6, 2014
Citigroup announced that two long-time executives are retiring from the company, with Jane Fraser, who has been in charge of residential mortgage lending, getting an expanded role as CEO of U.S. Consumer & Commercial Banking.
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