Ocwen Chairman Erbey resigns as company admits misconduct

Ocwen Chairman Erbey resigns as company admits misconduct

Company to pay $150 million to homeowners

Existing home sales collapse 6.1% in November

Tumble comes amid record low declining rates, prices

Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Oil’s crash will impact MBS market

Mortgage fraud is still a problem, plus the gift of housing metrics
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Fitch: Housing market getting ready to grow

Expects second half upturn, leading to strong 2015
Ben Lane
In 2015, new home sales should increase by 20.4% over 2014, according to projections from analysts from Fitch Ratings. Existing home sales are also projected to regain the 5% loss expected in 2014.
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Bam! Nomura predicts GDP will double in 2015

But it won’t be because of housing
Ben Lane
In its “The Economy Next Week” report published Friday, Nomura’s analysts predict that the U.S. gross domestic product will grow 1.5% year-over-year in 2014 and will more than double that growth (3.1%) in 2015.
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Government shutdown costs continue to accumulate

HousingWire Staff
Now that the dust has settled from the shutdown, the leftover financial effects are beginning to surface.
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What if a Congressional compromise can’t be reached?

'All bets are off' on a future housing recovery: CAR
Christina Mlynski
Economists with the California Association of Realtors were thrown a challenging question: what would happen if the government shutdown continues for longer than anticipated? C.A.R.'s answer put simply: the housing recovery would take a critical hit.
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GDP remains unchanged

HousingWire Staff
The U.S. government left its estimate for economic growth in the second quarter unchanged this week. Meanwhile, prices for goods and services purchased by U.S. households fell for the first time in four years.
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Second-quarter GDP grows from initial estimate

The U.S. economy is moving along at a faster pace, with gross domestic product growing at a 2.5% annual rate for the second quarter. While this makes a stronger case for winding down QE, unemployment remains stubbornly high.
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US economy grows at a slow pace

Economy turns sluggish on government spending cuts and weakening consumer confidence.
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Lacker: Housing improves, but is not enough to lift GDP

Kerri Ann Panchuk
The housing market is one of the areas of the economy seeing growth, but it’s too early to declare economic victory at this point.Officials with the...
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Housing begins to directly contribute to economy

Megan Hopkins
The housing sector may finally become a direct and meaningful contributor to U.S. economic growth in 2013 and beyond, according to NewOak CEO and Co-Founder Ron...
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Housing looks even better today than yesterday

Jacob Gaffney
The chief US economist for Deutsche Bank, Joseph LaVorgna, tweeted some great news a little while ago.He push-posted an economic review of the housing industry that...
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