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Is Nevada’s HOA solution just another problem for mortgage servicers?

Exercising the new right of redemption on HOA sales
Redemption requires timely and reasonable cooperation by the purchasers, the same purchasers that the servicers have been litigating with for the last several years. As a result, exercising the right of redemption could very well lead the servicer into quiet title litigation, again. Here's what you need to do.
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Here's what homes built specifically for Millennials look like

The idea behind a responsive home
A new housing community put Millennial needs at the forefront of its design plans, given that they are the next largest cohort of homebuyers. Interestingly, they are pretty nostalgic about the kinds of homes they grew up in, causing the houses to have to an old-time feeling to them.
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Las Vegas lawyer disbarred for mortgage fraud

Currently serving 87 months in federal prison
The Nevada Supreme Court stripped a prominent Las Vegas attorney of his right to practice law in the state as part of the punishment for his place in a mortgage fraud scheme that defrauded financial institutions of more than $30 million.
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Freedom Mortgage acquires BluFi Lending

Expands West Coast presence
Mount Laurel, N.J.-based Freedom Mortgage Corporation purchased the assets of BluFi Lending, a direct mortgage lender with branches in California and Nevada, falling in line with Freedom Mortgage’s strategy to expand its retail lending footprint in the Western U.S.
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Wall Street: Home price appreciation still expected to hit 7%

And other housing insights from Morgan Stanley and Barclays
“We continue to expect home price appreciation to moderate from the torrid pace of mid-2012-13, supported by improving employment and growth prospects,” said analysts from Morgan Stanley. “We leave our 2014 projections for new home sales (450-500 thousand units) and home prices (up 5-7% for the year) unchanged.”
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10 cities with huge housing improvement

Quarter-over-quarter asking prices paint new housing picture
Since the initial bust of the housing market, it tends to be the metros that felt a huge dent from the crisis that witness the biggest home price increases. But this trend is starting to change.
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Top 8 states for mortgage fraud

Here's where to find the most suspicious activities
Although suspicious activity in lending is down overall, mortgage fraud still remains a problem in certain areas across the country. Here is your warning if you live in one of these eight states.
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3 million refis and counting

The Home Affordable Refinance Program passes a milestone
Demand for the Home Affordable Refinance Program continued to trickle as mortgage rates climbed higher after June 2013. But just how much did this affect refinance volume in 2013?
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