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Auction.com: Investors still flip for flipping

Still favor fix-and-flip over renting
Despite rising rents, investors still prefer fixing and flipping houses as opposed to buying a house for the purpose of renting it out, according to a new report from Auction.com. But results vary depending on whether the house was purchased at a live auction or an online auction.
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The top 20 cities for housing investments

Texas rules the list
As more people decide to jump into either homeownership or become investors, there are still plenty of places were housing is a pretty safe bet. And Texas and Florida appear to taking over the list of best places.
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Auction.com: Here's who is renting and where

Higher home prices equal higher return
Auction.com surveyed investors bidding on properties online and at live events across the country. And while the findings reveal that investors gravitate toward flipping properties, there are distinct differences across the country. These charts help show what those differences are.
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Auction.com launches Auction Finance to spur investor activity

Program will provide funding for real estate investors
According to Auction.com, the Auction Finance program will feature lines of credit from $500,000 to $5 million for residential investment, and the funds can be used for “virtually any residential investment property” in California, Texas, Georgia, Florida, Illinois and Washington.
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JPMorgan to face $10B MBS case

Bank hit with class action lawsuit
JPMorgan Chase must face a class action lawsuit by investors who claimed the bank misled them about the safety of $10 billion of mortgage-backed securities it sold before the financial crisis.
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Mortgage servicers trend toward multiple field-service providers

Is it time to spread out the grunt work?
With so many changes taking place in the default servicing arena, with heightened focus on regulations and compliance issues, one solution being chosen by some lenders, servicers and investors is to contract with multiple field service providers, rather than a single “national” provider.
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