Things at Ocwen just went from bad to much, much worse

Things at Ocwen just went from bad to much, much worse

Embattled company hit with an avalanche of bad news

Pending home sales surge to highest level in 18 months

Buyer demand boosts sales

Foreclosure: The Movie… (finally!) coming to a screen near you

In new film, neighborhood of foreclosed homes drives man insane
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Opinion, commentary and analysis on everything that makes the U.S. housing economy tick -- not to mention the ghosts in the machine, too. Written by HW's team of editors and reporters each business day.

Your turn to sound off: what's ahead for Fannie, Freddie?

Paul Jackson
In January's issue of HW Magazine, we're taking a look at the state of the GSEs as 2014 gets underway, and we want to know: what do you think? Will 2014 be a year of reform, abolishment, nothing -- or something else entirely? Let us know by filling out a brief comment.
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Tax Foundation: End of mortgage deduction equals 659,000 jobs lost

Truth or scare tactics?
Kerri Ann Panchuk
The mortgage interest deduction remains the hot potato of tax reform and U.S. deficit debates. To cut it, or not to cut it, that is the question.
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President Obama personally promises to help fix Fannie and Freddie

Jacob Gaffney
The political will to produce housing reform in regards to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac just came straight from the top.
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Meredith Whitney: Detroit reminds investors of consequences to come

Christina Mlynski
Detroit’s decision to file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy shouldn’t be regarded as a 'one-off' in the municipal bond markets — this is a trend bondholders will have to face...
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