Ocwen’s road ahead: Well, can't get any worse

Ocwen’s road ahead: Well, can't get any worse

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Nautilus Solar CEO: Homeowners warming to solar panels

The financial cost of harnessing the sun
Brena Swanson
Homebuyer support for solar energy options is growing, but those who want to go greener still face two main challenges.
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Five ways to avoid marketing compliance violations

How to control marketing messages
Alex Baydin
As enforcement rules get stricter, companies have no choice but to ensure that how and what they are communicating to consumers follows the letter of the law. But in today’s world where control over your marketing messages is not absolute, this is no easy task.
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Blackstone: Housing a “good investment”

Despite a slowdown in home price appreciation
Brena Swanson
Even though home prices are not increasing as rapidly as they have been, housing is still a good investment according to one housing executive.
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Gallup: Americans not as optimistic about homeownership

So what changed?
Brena Swanson
Although Americans are generally more positive about homebuying, they remain less optimistic than they were during most of the past two years. But the reason for the trepidations could be going away.
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Why are foreclosures not making it to the market?

Auction.com reveals 4 changes driving the trend
Brena Swanson
As home prices continue to increase, fewer homes are now heading into foreclosure. While this might be disappointing news for home shoppers, Auction.com Executive Vice President Rick Sharga cites four reasons for this trend.
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Impac first-quarter origination volume skyrockets 106%

Acquisition of CashCall boosts profits
Brena Swanson
Impac mortgage turned around its financial situation in its latest first-quarter earnings report. Key drivers of the growth? For starters, higher origination volume.
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Will former risky borrowers ever get back into homeownership?

Sterne Agee: Odds aren't in their favor
Brena Swanson
“Not only do owners of formerly distressed homes have damaged credit for an extended time, but to purchase again, mortgages must now be obtained amidst an abundance of new, more stringent credit restrictions,” said Piegza.
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PulteGroup 1Q net income drops to $55 million

Sells fewer homes in Northeast
Brena Swanson
PulteGroup’s latest earnings surprisingly slid after home sales fell 28% in the pricey U.S. Northeast due to construction delays.
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RealtyTrac: Share of seriously underwater homes rises

Increases for the first time in nearly three years
Brena Swanson
The share of seriously underwater homeowners increased 0.4 percentage points from fourth quarter 2014, and while it is only a slight increase, it marks the first quarterly increase since the second quarter of 2012.
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Auction.com: April existing-home sales forecasted to continue rising

Pent-up demand boosts sales
Brena Swanson
Existing-home sales for April are forecasted to continue to increase. However, this time around, the increase might not be as grand.
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