Here's proof the housing bubble is about to burst

In California, a reversal of foreclosure fortunes

Lenders adapt to the homeowner bill of rights

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

No evidence of malicious attack found
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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. Read More

It’s time to get serious about Non-QM loans

Nonbank lenders need investors to help with risk
April 15, 2014
With non-QM comes more risk. There is no safe harbor and holding them on portfolio could mean boosting capital reserves. Nonbank lenders, meanwhile, need to find an investor willing to buy non-QM loans.
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Here's proof the housing bubble is about to burst

This recovery is an illusion
April 15, 2014
If those economists who believe the government will continue to intervene are right, the outcome would further fuel a false demand for available housing. But will this government or even a new one want to step in again to bail out consumers?
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Tax Day: To kill a mortgage interest deduction

Camp tax reform would limit what many see as critical tool
April 15, 2014
Taxes are up, and one comprehensive tax reform measure would limit the mortgage interest deduction. Good idea, or another headwind the housing market can't take?
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Tips for closing a second home under QM rules

Approval requirements typically focus on these six questions
April 14, 2014
When considering the purchase of your second or vacation home, be sure to understand the mortgage lender’s eligibility requirements for categorizing the property as a second home.
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WSJ: Johnson-Crapo isn't a cure, it's the illness 2.0

Board favors PATH Act instead of blowing more bubbles
April 14, 2014
There are better ways to kill Fannie and Freddie, the WSJ board says. One of them is the PATH Act.
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