PGA golfer Dustin Johnson sues Nat Hardwick for $3 million theft

PGA golfer Dustin Johnson sues Nat Hardwick for $3 million theft

Former LandCastle Title CEO was Johnson's attorney and "trusted advisor"

Are record-low interest rates masking high-cost mortgage lending?

Five leading economists weigh in and the answer may surprise you

Auction.com partners with Google to predict housing trends

Nowcast will predict in real time
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Maryland apartment complex kicks out victims of domestic violence

Complex accused of violating Fair Housing Act
Brena Swanson
An apartment complex in Maryland is being charged with violating the Fair Housing Act for refusing to renew the lease of a female tenant and her two sons after a reported domestic violence case.
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Here's why falling home prices is not good news

Signs point to a worse economy
Lynn Effinger
Many economists and housing analysts agree that a rise in interest rates will negatively impact the economy, particularly with respect to the housing sector. This will hardly be good for homebuyers.
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Ocwen woes drag down Altisource

What’s the opposite of "a rising tide lifts all boats?"
Ben Lane
Over the course of the last ten days, Ocwen Financial and its affiliates have taken a beating from all corners of Wall Street over a letter from the New York Department of Financial Services, which alleged that Ocwen was backdating letters to borrowers.
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$8M for Holly Golightly’s Upper East Side townhouse

That iconic green door and everything behind it could be yours
Trey Garrison
Own a piece of cinematic history and a nice little Upper East Side townhome to boot for the bargain price of $8 million.
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California man jailed for foreclosure rescue scam

Sentenced to 10 years in prison
Brena Swanson
A Huntington Beach man who was involved in a nationwide foreclosure scam that included several Sacramento-area homeowners among its victims has been sentenced to 10 years in prison, according to an article in The Sacramento Bee.
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Jobless claims tick up by 3,000 filings

Still remains at historic lows
Brena Swanson
Although initial jobless claims ticked up by 3,000 filings to 287,000 for the week ended Oct. 25, levels still remain at historic lows.
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Auction.com partners with Google to predict housing trends

Nowcast will predict in real time
Ben Lane
The companies are calling the report a first for the real estate industry, because it combines industry data, proprietary company transactional data and publicly available Google Trends data to predict market trends as they are occurring, instead of waiting weeks to see the findings of other benchmark studies.
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Trulia’s 3Q revenue surges as unique visitors soar 89%

The search for real estate starts online
Brena Swanson
Trulia’s total revenue for the third quarter of 2014 was $67.1 million, up 67% year-over-year. Total subscribers as of Sept. 30 were approximately 77,900, an increase from approximately 74,000 as of June 30.
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Ocwen gets a bounce on rumors of possible settlement

$40M to settle the backdating issue could be in the cards
Trey Garrison
Ocwen Financial was nearly scuppered last week after the New York Department of Financial Services sent an open letter alleging it was backdating letters to borrowers, but the firm got a boost Wednesday afternoon on rumors reported initially by Bloomberg that it may settle the matter for about $40 million.
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This chart shows exactly how student debt blocks housing

The true price of the America dream
Brena Swanson
Not only is the student debt crisis a threat to housing, but it also shows no sign of easing. In fact, it will probably get worse before it gets better, according to one data field.
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