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  • HUD Deputy Secretary Pam Patenaude resigns

    "It has been my honor to serve President Trump and Secretary Carson and I am deeply grateful to both for this opportunity," her resignation letter states. "I will continue to promote the President's agenda to make this nation stronger and more prosperous for every American." Click the headline for more.

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  • Janet Yellen: Economy's strong run could last through 2019

    Former Fed chair tells MBA crowd she's cautiously confident in economic stability
    At the MBA Annual on Monday, former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen told the crowd there are strong indicators that the economy is in a good place. But, she does warn of a few potential flies in the ointment, like overly zealous deregulation, shadow banking and an overheated economy.
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  • New York opens investigation into Trump real estate tax fraud allegations

    State officials respond to bombshell New York Times report
    New York state officials are investigating whether President Donald Trump, his father, and his family committed tax fraud in a series of complex real estate dealings designed to avoid federal tax laws, which supposedly built the president’s fortune, multiple outlets report. The investigation comes in the wake of a sprawling New York Times investigation into the Trump family and how the president made his money.
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  • President Trump 'not happy' with Fed hiking interest rates

    Mortgage rates keep inching higher, as well
    President Donald Trump is giving the Federal Reserve grief over interest rate hikes once again, but Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell isn't paying him any mind. Meanwhile, mortgage rates are continuing to inch higher, higher today than in the last seven years, actually.
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  • Bloomberg: There's never been a president this unpopular with an economy this good

    Donald Trump's popularity numbers are in the dumps despite a strong economy
    According to an analysis by Alexandre Tanzi and Rich Miller at Bloomberg, no president has ever been this unpopular when the economy has been this good. Typically, a strong economy bodes well for the party in control at the time, but Republicans are having to fight to suppress displeasure with Trump and play up the great economy to voters as the midterms loom large.
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  • [VIDEO] HousingWire readers, here's the nation's top news

    Here is what’s happening around the country
    Today, HousingWire takes a look at some of the most provocative and significant news stories nationwide. Our coverage ranges from heated Supreme Court confirmation hearings, political Twitter wars, highly publicized sports branding decisions, market takeovers and voting forecasts. Whatever’s happening around the country, it’s here for you to read.
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  • Here is San Francisco's most expensive rental. It has to be seen to be believed

    Ambassador to Austria Trevor Traina is going to rent his home for $55,000 a month
    Trevor Traina, tech entrepreneur and U.S. ambassador to Austria, is listing his San Francisco home for rent. According to an article in The Wall Street Journal by Katherine Clarke, when it lists, the home will be the most expensive rental in all of San Francisco’s backbreakingly expensive rental market. This one takes the cake in more ways than one.
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  • Department of Justice rescinds housing discrimination guidance

    Several racial discrimination cases are pending
    The Department of Justice announces it will rescind 24 guidance documents on a wide range of issues, including housing discrimination. Recently, several stories of racial discrimination in the housing market have managed to become pending legal cases. Will there be more?
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  • Federal judge finalizes $25 million Trump University settlement

    Schneiderman: Victims of fraudulent university will finally receive relief
    Participants in President Donald Trump’s failed real estate school will soon be able to receive their share of the $25 million settlement Trump reached with the state of New York back in 2016. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced Monday that District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel issued an order that finalizes the settlement, which stemmed from a lawsuit filed by Schneiderman’s office in 2013.
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  • Housing industry applauds Trump’s State of the Union address

    But will the booming economy solve housing affordability issues?
    As expected, the president touched on topics such as recently passed tax reform and the ongoing immigration debate in his State of the Union address Tuesday night. Housing experts applauded the president’s speech, but one pointed out that while Trump’s claimed the economy is booming, low levels of affordability and rising home prices continue to plague the housing market.
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  • Trump to sign tax reform into law that triggers Fannie, Freddie Treasury draw

    Corporate tax rate reduction to impact deferred assets
    President Donald Trump held a celebratory conference to pass the tax reform bill into law Wednesday after the Senate voted on it early Wednesday morning, and the House revoted Wednesday afternoon. But now tax law will likely trigger the GSEs to make a draw from the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
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