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Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller wanted to sit outside, and settles into a chair to take a moment to enjoy the Florida air -- or maybe reconsider why some investors are so angry with him.
The tremendous amount of uncertainty surrounding the finalization of Dodd-Frank is making financial institutions hesitant to inject capital into the jumbo mortgage lending space.
Wells Fargo has thrown caution to the wind and is aggressively writing new business in both residential and commercial real estate loans.
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There are only a handful of consistencies investors can rely on in the private-label market these days. Redwood Trust issuing at least one residential mortgage-backed securities deal a month is one.
As Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has indicated, too-big-to-fail remains a major issue that is not solved, but "there’s a lot of work in train."