Did little-known Arizona law start the appraiser death clock?

Did little-known Arizona law start the appraiser death clock?

Gov. Ducey inadvertently hands a victory to AMCs

Costs up, profits down: Closing a mortgage gets more expensive

In just one quarter the profit dropped $153 per loan

Mortgage brokers: Update your stump speech on mortgage lending, Mr. President

NAMB says mortgage brokers have been at forefront of reform
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Experts become confident Treasury will taper first

MBS acquisitions have positive effect on rates
Megan Hopkins
A study presented at the Jackson Hole conference recently provided even more evidence that tapering will begin with Treasury purchase cutbacks, since MBS acquisitions have had a more positive effect on the housing market as well as rates.
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KBW: 2013 recession looms without fiscal cliff fix

Kerri Ann Panchuk
The U.S. economy could fall into recession in early 2013 if Congress fails to stop a looming fiscal cliff made up of automatic spending cuts and...
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Oil prices cause investor anxiety, but economists say fears overblown

Kerri Ann Panchuk
Fears that skyrocketing oil prices will derail the tepid economic recovery could be overblown, economists say. Still, most economists believe a deafening level of uncertainty will last...
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