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  • Foreclosure filing activity down nationwide

    But some local markets show an uptick
    Foreclosures in the first half of 2018 are far below the peak of 1.6 million in 2010, but 40% of local markets showed an uptick in foreclosure starts, prompting one expert to blame loosening lending standards.
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  • Mortgage market quickly bounces back from latest hurricane season

    Government agencies prepare for round two
    Last year was a rough one for homeowners hit by a slew of natural disasters including hurricanes, flooding, and even wildfires. Now, months later, the mortgage market is recovering surprisingly well, according to a panel of experts from government agencies at the Mortgage Bankers Association Secondary conference.
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  • MBA: Mortgage delinquencies down in Q1

    Strong economic performance drives down delinquency; foreclosure inventory rate lowest since 2006
    According to the Mortgage Bankers Association, the foreclosure rate is up slightly despite delinquencies sitting at pre-housing crisis lows and sliding. A strong economy is minimizing delinquency, and despite the slight uptick in Q1, foreclosures are down significantly year-over-year.
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  • Black Knight: Delinquencies drop to 12-month low

    But hurricane impact still lingers
    National delinquencies fell in March to a 12-month low, including a decrease of 19,500 serious delinquencies in hurricane-devastated areas. However, this may not reflect that hurricane areas are getting better, in fact, it could mean they’re getting worse.
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  • Waters introduces legislation to prevent FHA foreclosures

    Bill would strengthen FHA mortgage servicer requirements
    In an attempt to prevent foreclosures on the Federal Housing Administration’s borrowers, Democrats introduced a new bill in Congress. Democrats explained the new legislation would strengthen the requirements for and increase oversight of FHA mortgage servicers.
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  • New York foreclosure firm accused of cheating Fannie Mae out of millions

    Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates charged with “systemically overbilling” expenses
    A New York foreclosure law firm allegedly used its affiliated companies to “systemically” overcharge for foreclosure-related services and defraud Fannie Mae out of “millions of dollars.” According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates engaged in a scheme with its wholly owned affiliates, Enterprise Process Service and Paramount Land, to markup foreclosure services by as much as 750% knowing that Fannie Mae would pay the bills.
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  • Early stage delinquencies begin to see uptick in December

    But serious delinquencies decrease
    The overall delinquency rate remained unchanged in December as early stage delinquencies increase by serious delinquencies fell, CoreLogic’s latest report showed. And despite some setbacks, December’s foreclosure inventory rate was the lowest for that month in 11 years – since 2006.
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