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  • President Trump signs Dodd-Frank rollback into law

    President Donald Trump signed a major Dodd-Frank rollback into law Thursday, hoping to bring regulatory relief to community banks across the U.S. The president explained Dodd-Frank’s costly regulations gave large banks a negative advantage at the cost of small banks throughout the country. Click the headline to read more.

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  • Your favorite mortgage finance publisher is upgrading, in more ways than one

    HousingWire CEO: As mortgage industry evolves, so do we
    The economy and housing market both look good as we head into, what should be, another robust summer home sales season. At HousingWire, our mission is Moving Markets Forward. To help our readers and clients continue to put buyers in homes, win market share and build successful businesses, we’re making some serious investments.
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  • Oakleaf Group goes on underwriter hiring spree

    Looks to hire a 100 within a month
    The current hiring atmosphere in the mortgage market is certainly a volatile one. Many mortgage lenders and servicers are cutting staff here and there, moving around personnel, etc. in order to keep up with the shifting sands of this rising interest-rate environment and greater innovations in automated lending services. However, many more companies are hiring. Here's the story of one.
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  • HousingWire launches online career center HousingJobs

    New career center dedicated exclusively to the mortgage and real estate market
    At HousingWire, we strive to better serve our highly engaged community and our goal is to connect quality candidates with the best opportunities while eliminating the white noise found on all other job search and social platforms. Click to read more about HousingJobs.com, our new online career center created exclusively for mortgage and real estate talent.
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  • Caroline Basile moves into new online editor role at HousingWire

    Formerly worked in Content Solutions Dept.
    The HousingWire Online Editor is now primarily responsible for the daily and breaking email alert content from the nation's top provider of housing and mortgage finance news. Basile will work directly with the Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney in order to develop and implement long-term email success strategies. 
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  • Email: An incubator for the untapped business network

    And why we created NEXT
    [Expert commentary] There’s something called the “Hollywood handshake.” It’s when someone shakes your hand, but instead of looking you in the eye, they scan the room to see if there’s anyone more important to speak to. (We don’t like those people.)
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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: S&P economist dissects Trump's first 100 days

    What's the big deal about Lone Star's latest bond offering?
    So what’s the big deal about this weekend being the 100th day in office for President Donald Trump? An S&P economist breaks down the outlook for GDP. Also, coverage kicks off at MBA Secondary. Find out who from HousingWire will be there. Finally, what's the significance of the latest mortgage bond? Click to find out.
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  • HousingWire's 2017 Women of Influence nominations are now open!

    It's our honor to recognize the most influential women in housing
    HousingWire is proud to announce that we are now accepting nominations for the 2017 Women of Influence, our opportunity to honor the housing industry’s most influential women leaders. Here is much more information on one of our favorite award programs.
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  • Rising Stars entry deadline extended!

    Fine, twist our arms…
    A favorite saying of ours is “deadlines spur action,” and in the case of our Rising Stars awards program, it’s proving true. Quite a few of you are waiting until the last minute to get your nominations in. We’ve heard from quite a few folks that are feeling the pressure of that impending deadline, and we feel you. We get it. And we’re not monsters around here. We’re here to help.
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