Top 5 cities where safety is not a question

Top 5 cities where safety is not a question

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13 riskiest cities for natural disasters

April showers bring May flowers
April 8, 2014
Before you can fully enjoy the sunshine of summer, you have to get through the April showers, in addition to any other natural disaster that might come through your neck of the woods.
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SellerNation offers the best of both worlds: One part broker, one part auction

New company represents sellers only, doesn't charge a commission
March 31, 2014
SellerNation, a Detroit-based company, combines the urgency of a real estate auction with the expertise of real estate brokers to speed up the home selling process.
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Michigan attorneys face sanction for frivolous foreclosure delays

Appellate court awards taxable costs to lender
March 13, 2014
Attorneys in Michigan who file what are ruled frivolous complaints or requests for delays in foreclosure or eviction cases can be sanctioned.
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Woodward Asset Capital acquires Homesource Realtors

Rebrands real estate brokerage into SellerNation
February 24, 2014
Mortgage and real estate technology company Woodward Asset Capital acquired Homesource Realtors, which will relaunch as a real estate company focused on the seller experience.
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Top 8 states for mortgage fraud

Here's where to find the most suspicious activities
February 11, 2014
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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Did Detroit real estate agent long-con Fannie and Freddie?

Defendent pockets thousands of dollars in commissions on alleged frauds
February 6, 2014
A Michigan real estate agent was charged for defrauding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac out of tens of thousands of dollars and for wrongfully pocketing additional thousands in real estate commissions.
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Is the housing sector a drag on the U.S. economy?

January 31, 2014
The headlines in most news stories and economic commentaries indicate that the housing market is continuing to improve and with it the U.S. economy. But if you dig into the numbers a bit, the reality in the housing market is a good bit more subtle than the headlines suggest.
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10 most dangerous cities for real estate agents

Here's a hint: Chicago, NYC are not on the list
January 17, 2014
Real estate agents may not be police officers or soldiers, but they still put themselves at risk when showing homes. So which cities pose the biggest threat to real estate agents? The city topping the list may surprise you.
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Foreclosure pipeline drains out

Foreclosure inventory drops by a third year-over-year
January 9, 2014
The total number of homes in foreclosure in the U.S. dropped by almost a third year-over-year in November while falling to 46,000 completed foreclosures from 64,000.
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Mortgage Builder Software upgrades LoanXEngine

Helps lenders streamline origination process
December 11, 2013
Originally launched in 2007, Mortgage Builder Software announced the latest upgrades to its LoanXEngine product eligibility and pricing technology to better assist lenders.
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