Distressed Dispositions Outpace New Delinquencies as Shadows Shrink

The industry’s shadows are shrinking, according to CoreLogic. The residential shadow inventory of unlisted REOs and soon-to-be REOs stood at 1.6 million units as of

September 28, 2011 Banking

Program for Unemployed Homeowners Falls Short of Its Goal

With the deadline for the Emergency Homeowners’ Loan Program (EHLP) just a couple days away, HUD says it does not expect to meet the program’s

September 28, 2011 Banking

California: Inland Areas Unlikely to Recover

Areas like the Inland Empire and the San Joaquin Valley that grew during the housing boom have bleak prospects, according to the LA Times. Although

September 28, 2011 Real Estate News

ALFN Releases Standards Guide for Distressed Property Title Work

The American Legal & Financial Network has released a best practices guide for title policy work as it relates to distressed properties. ALFN says the

September 27, 2011 Banking

President Signs Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act

NAR has been working closely with members of Congress to ensure that Wall Street Reform legislation did not adversely affect REALTORS®. Government Affairs Headlines from

September 27, 2011 Real Estate News

Freddie Mac: Economy Needs Fiscal Policy and Fiscal Stimulus

Even while interest rates continue to post record and near-record lows and affordability is relatively high, many consumers choose to rent rather than purchase homes.

September 27, 2011 Banking

Case-Shiller: Home Prices Show Seasonal Strength but Down from Last Year

Even with a seasonal uptick in the month of July, home prices are falling short of their levels a year earlier, according to data just

September 27, 2011 Banking

How Inflation Affects Purchasing Power

Consumer price inflation is building and by year’s end could easily rise to 4% or 5%, or even more, if there is no retreat in

September 27, 2011 Real Estate News
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