Mr. Frank goes back to Washington

Mr. Frank goes back to Washington

Former Congressman to testify before Congress on Dodd-Frank impact

Happy 4th birthday Dodd-Frank! Everyone hates you

How effective has Dodd-Frank really been?

Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Former CFPB head eyes White House?

The bubble’s last days; New HUD rule the “Common Core” of housing
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Multifamily development picks up despite falling demand

Developers banking on demographics and job growth
September 16, 2013
Recent statistics show that the majority of new renters might not be searching for traditional multifamily housing; instead, they’re renting single-family homes. So is all the multifamily development in vain? That's the question being thrown around with single-family homes still a dominant force in the housing market.
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RMBS issuance soars past estimations

Prime jumbo originations help securitizations surpass $20B
September 11, 2013
"We expect new issuance in private RMBS securitization to maintain its momentum for the rest of the year and surpass the $20 billion deal size," Deutsche Bank wrote in a recent market research report.
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Homebuilders face high lumber prices

Builders also struggling to obtain construction credit
August 23, 2013
A number of recent reports would point toward a thriving market for homebuilders. However, builders are coming up against a number of problems that are seemingly jolting their success lately.
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Multifamily construction pushes housing starts

Multifamily starts up 9.1% year-over-year
August 22, 2013
Total housing starts rose 35% year-over-year in the first quarter, with multifamily starts up 9.1% to an annual rate of 340,000 units.
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