Fannie Mae: Will housing make full recovery in 2015?

Zillow, Trulia shareholders green light merger

Overwhelming margin approve marriage of online listings giants

Fannie Mae explains 6 ways to push borrowers to refi

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Prime jumbo non-agency RMBS issuance grows slowly in 2015

Housing needs nonagency securitization using private capital
Trey Garrison
The future of the nonagency RMBS market will require private capital, but it's not clear how that can be achieved. Here are the details.
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Zillow, Trulia shareholders green light merger

Overwhelming margin approve marriage of online listings giants
Trey Garrison
The merger of online listings leaders Trulia and Zillow just got one step closer to completion. Here's how today's vote played out and what it means.
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Is your housing market on Santa’s naughty or nice list?

RealtyTrac offers its list of the year’s best and worst overall
Trey Garrison
Some housing markets are getting a new G.I. Joe with the kung fu grip. Others are getting a lump of coal, and with oil priced like it is...anyway, here are the nicest and naughtiest housing markets in America.
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Another regulator investigates Ocwen Financial

Ocwen’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year just got worse
Trey Garrison
Now the National Mortgage Settlement office says that it can't rely on what it's getting from Ocwen and will bring in an independent accounting firm. Here's why bad just got worse for the nonbank.
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Americans are 40% poorer than before the recession

This is your “recovery”
Trey Garrison
If it seems like for all the talk of recovery, job gains and such feel a bit empty, there’s a reason.
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Moody’s: RMBS credit quality, performance to remain strong

Rental securitizations will expand to more markets
Trey Garrison
Credit quality will get even better in 2015, Moody's Investors Service says, and here's what it means for the mortgage market.
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Homebuilder confidence falls in December

Builders see slip in consumer confidence, traffic
Trey Garrison
November was a banner month for homebuilder confidence but now that confidence is eroding. Here's why.
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How many homeowners have paid off their mortgage?

This, and more detail than you might want
Trey Garrison
The question of how many homeowners have paid off their mortgage is more complicated than you might think.
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St. Louis area mortgage company executive admits fraud

Could face 30 years for check fraud
Trey Garrison
A mortgage company executive in St. Louis is facing 30 years after pleading to floating checks between his business and banks to hide negative balances.
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Jobless claims trending higher despite minor decline

Critical 4-week rolling average up
Trey Garrison
Despite a slight decline for the week, the long-term trends revealed in this week's unemployment claims data point to a labor market that is not improving.
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