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Black Knight: How far have home prices traveled?

California overtakes top 10 biggest moving metros
April 28, 2014
Home prices continue their upward trajectory and are up 7.6% from last year, with no signs of slowing down.
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Top 5 cities where safety is not a question

Number one shouldn't be a shocker
April 18, 2014
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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Top 13 cities for freshly minted millennials

Where should you live?
April 15, 2014
Many millennials are topping off the final days of their college educations and entering the beginning stages of their career. So where are they choosing to live, or better yet, where should they live?
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Jim Foley named Caliber Home Loans Regional VP

Takes over Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia territories
February 13, 2014
Caliber Home Loans named Jim Foley as regional vice president for the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia territories, who brings 29 years of experience in mortgage lending arena.
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Washington D.C. foreclosures climb after government budget cuts

October 10, 2013
Homeowners living in the greater Washington D.C. area felt the sting of recent federal budget cuts, making it difficult for former government employees to pay their mortgages. Bloomberg blames this shift for causing an uptick in foreclosure activity.
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Newbold Advisors appoints Jim Horne as managing director

October 1, 2013
Newbold Advisors appointed Jim Horne managing director. Horne brings 25 years of corporate and consulting experience to his new position.
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Threat of government shutdown increases

September 25, 2013
The debt ceiling debate is lingering in the background as Congress prepares for a potential government shutdown.
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Congress, Wall Street will cause the next financial crisis

September 17, 2013
Another financial crisis is coming, but it's not the result of too little regulation. Instead, it's the natural outcome of a regulatory scheme that did too much and too little all at the same time, says banking veteran Christopher Whalen.
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NAFCU storms the capital

Starts 2013 congressional caucus
September 9, 2013
Credit Unions are bringing their concerns to the forefront of legislators' minds by kicking off their policy efforts at the 2013 Congressional Caucus on Monday.
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D.C. housing recovery in full swing

August 29, 2013
The Washington D.C. housing market is in full recovery, but it still has some bumps to work through, with inventory tight and buyers competing with investors' all-cash offers.
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