Bank of America reportedly reaches $17 billion RMBS settlement

KBRA: More smoke than fire in Ocwen’s restated earnings

Cautions that MSR transactions could see more regulatory scrutiny

Truth is, those recent housing numbers aren't so shiny

Housing starts? More like housing stops, amirite?
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Clear Capital: Highest and lowest performing major housing markets

Home prices forecasted to stabilize
Brena Swanson
Home prices are forecasted to stabilize into a sub 5% annual growth range by year’s, chugging through the rest of the year. What's more, here are the highest and lowest performing metro markets today.
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Top 5 cities where safety is not a question

Number one shouldn't be a shocker
Brena Swanson
Given our recent list of the top 10 most dangerous suburbs, now might be a good time to note which cities are pouring the most money into safety. One city recorded 30 fire personnel for every 10,000 residents.
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Want lower taxes? Here’s where you should live

Time to become familiar with Cheyenne, Anchorage and Sioux Falls
Ben Lane
Wyoming, Alaska and South Dakota residents pay the least amount in state and local taxes per capita in the nation.
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Sen. Bob Corker: Senate deal is very possible

HousingWire Staff
Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., said Monday a debt deal may be forthcoming with talks between Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Republican leader Mitch McConnell continuing.
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Churchill Mortgage appoints new VP of operations

Cara Costa brings over 25 years of experience
"With tight regulations and industry awareness for compliance at an all-time high, Cara Costa's remarkable track record and comprehensive knowledge of industry issues are invaluable additions to our corporate team," said Mike Hardwick, president of Churchill Mortgage.
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Bob Parks Realty joins the RealtyTrac Network

HousingWire Staff
Bob Parks Realty is the latest brokerage to join the growing RealtyTrac Network. The firm already has 10 offices in Nashville, Tenn.
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Housing Finance Reform bill draws praise from mortgage market

Christina Mlynski
A bipartisan group of senators issued a bill to extinguish the existing government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Tuesday.The legislation calls for a new government...
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Senators launch bill to boost secondary mortgage market

Christina Mlynski
A bipartisan group of senators took a stand against the existing government-sponsored enterprises this week.Their strategy—drafting a bill to replace Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac with...
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VIDEO: loanDepot goes Lone Star

Brena Swanson
Making its footprint in the suburbs of Plano, Texas, loanDepot joins corporations such as Pepsico and even HousingWire in north Dallas.Retail mortgage lender loanDepot opened its...
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Sen. Corker builds upon GSE reform

Christina Mlynski
Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., is leading a bipartisan group in the hopes of creating legislation that is constructed to reform the housing finance system, particularly winding...
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