An expert shares his insights on how mortgage originations and default servicing are changing in a low-volume environment, and how a focus on automation can help improve customer interactions.
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An expert highlights the established elements for a court when considering whether a third party’s acquisition renders an appeal moot in residential mortgage foreclosures. Click through to learn more.
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Here’s what a new study revealed about the demographic that’s growing into the largest group of homebuyers and their preferences for down payments and loans.
Here’s what a study revealed about the best state capitals to call home and those that didn’t quite make the cut.
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Home sales remained cool over the past month but the market is swinging back in favor of homebuyers despite widespread price increases. Here’s why.
As part of its goal to mirror the digital experience that today’s consumers want, here’s how a company plans to reduce the stress and frustration that can come with buying or refinancing a home.
A report analyzed single-family rent price changes nationally and among 20 metropolitan areas. Here’s what it revealed.
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The foreclosure crisis may be history, but it provided critical lessons about how the industry can prepare to assist borrowers through future economic downturns.
Whether it is a home or a neighborhood, a study found that homebuyers play favorites too. Here’s why.
Here's how lenders and servicers could face increased risk with California’s affordable housing regulations.