Items Tagged with 'annual report'

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  • CoreLogic: Home prices keep moving up and up

    Expected to continue to rise throughout 2016
    Home prices continue to trend higher across much of the country as the real estate market heads into its busy season. This year is shaping up well, with CoreLogic attributing the strength to rates staying low and continued job and income growth.
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  • Fannie Mae finally profits Uncle Sam

    Now will they start paying shareholders?
    Fannie Mae is paying the U.S. Department of Treasury $7.2 billion, bringing its payments now to a level exceeding the total bailout it received. It still hasn't paid shareholders. It's unclear if it plans to. And it hasn't started paying back the bailout, either.
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  • Mortgage Fraud Remain at Elevated Levels

    The number of mortgage fraud cases continued at levels in 2010 consistent with levels identified in 2009.  As fraud schemes continue, they have been able to adapt to economic changes and alterations to lending practices. According to data in the FBI's 2010 Mortgage Fraud Report - Year in Review, the on-going depressed housing market remains an attractive environment for mortgage perpetrators.  Fraud schemes have involved virtually all aspects of the lending professions, including Mortgage fraud perpetrators include licensed/registered and non-licensed/registered mortgage brokers, lenders, appraisers, underwriters, accountants, real estate agents, settlement attorneys, land developers, investors, builders, bank account representatives, and
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