Home Loan Servicing Solutions stock craters after investors get paid

Home Loan Servicing Solutions stock craters after investors get paid

Payout of $1.2 billion headed to stockholders

Homeownership rate falls to lowest since 1993

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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: FHFA g-fee, PMI shift too much or too little?

Clouds on housing finance horizon; Zillow/Move fight gets personal
Trey Garrison
Things are looking rough for housing with a sluggish start to the spring buying season, and that trickles all the way up to the outlook for agency MBS. Plus, Move takes off the gloves in its ads, and the industry reacts to recent FHFA moves. Read on.
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Attention lenders: Zillow Mortgages are now available on Trulia

Integration of Zillow and Trulia takes another step forward
Ben Lane
Zillow Group’s transition from two sites with two different operating structures into one unified operation took a big step forward Thursday, when the Zillow Group announced that Zillow Mortgages is now available on Trulia.
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BuildZoom: Losing Listhub cost Zillow big time, geographically speaking

Heat map shows coverage hobbled in smaller markets
Trey Garrison
Last week Zillow Group and Trulia had to remove pretty much all of the real estate listings provided by Move-owned ListHub. How big a hit was it? Bigger than the national numbers would suggest.
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Zillow CEO: 2016 can’t come quickly enough

Rascoff calls 2015 a “year of transition;” stock plummets on revenue projection
Ben Lane
In the months since Zillow first announced its plans to acquire Trulia, a chorus of industry observers questioned how quickly the once-fierce competitors would be able to integrate their businesses. According to Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff, 2015 is a "year of transition" and that 2016 "can't come quick enough."
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ListHub accuses Zillow of failing to remove listings

Tells customers of Zillow’s “apparent disregard” for data accuracy
Ben Lane
It appears that the highly contested divorce of the Zillow Group and Move isn’t quite over yet. April 7 was supposed to be the day that all real estate listings provided to Zillow and Trulia by Move-owned ListHub would disappear, but the listings are still there and ListHub is accusing Zillow of not honoring the terms of their agreement.
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D-Day arrives for Zillow and ListHub

ListHub-provided real estate listings disappearing from Zillow and Trulia
Ben Lane
After battling it out in the public, in the press and in the courts for months, the tumultuous relationship between the Zillow Group and Move is mere hours or perhaps even minutes from being over. Online real estate’s D-Day is finally here.
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Barclays downgrades Zillow on market saturation fears

Traffic growth is slowing, stock down near 52-week lows
Trey Garrison
Barclays sees trouble for Zillow Group in the form of market saturation. In January the online listing giant saw dramatic traffic growth slowdown, and now the company has stopped publishing monthly traffic reports.
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New listing agreements push Zillow beyond record levels

Continues growth of direct listing providers
Ben Lane
Zillow Group said earlier this week that its campaign to sign multiple listing services to direct listing agreements has been so successful that Zillow and Trulia will soon host more listings than ever before. And that was before three of the country’s largest MLSs agreed to provide listings to the two sites.
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Zillow: When ListHub agreement ends, we’ll have most listings ever

New direct listing agreements take Zillow Group to new heights
Ben Lane
Zillow once feared losing a “few hundred thousand” out of the 3.6 million listings on Zillow when the Listhub agreement ends on April 7, but thanks to a set of newly signed direct listing agreements, Zillow and Trulia are now saying that they’re about to host more listings than ever before.
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Move lawsuit against Zillow clears contempt hurdle with settlement

Move declares "full steam ahead" in prosecution
Sarah Wheeler
"Today we reached a confidential settlement of the contempt motion in the case of Move, Inc. et al. vs. Zillow, Inc. et al. While we cannot reveal its details, we're absolutely thrilled with the result, and now it's full-steam ahead with the prosecution of this litigation.."
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