People are beginning to bring the cryptocurrency to the housing market says a recent analysis.
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Riddled throughout California’s Homeowner Bill of Rights are the words “repealed” effective “January 1, 2018”. If loan servicers assume that means the entire HOBR will be repealed and that all they have to worry about is complying with the CFPB loss mitigation rules—think again.
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Las Vegas leads metro markets that have not fully recovered from their price peaks before the housing market crash.
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An informative webinar explores the nature of how blockchain shifts the burden of trust, and some of the ways it could revolutionize business interactions.
With the Thomas Fire continuing to rage across southern California, exacerbated inventory shortages are likely to make the housing market even more complicated in the months to come.
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Which companies are merging, and what professionals are moving? See some highlights in this update of the housing and mortgage industries.
It isn't just starter homes that are hard to find. The premium side of things is feeling the impact of both lack of available homes and the associated rising costs.
The quarterly survey of independent title agents and other real estate professionals reports that optimism is up as respondents expressed confidence that transaction volume will grow in the coming year.
With a new year on the horizon, DS News spoke to half a dozen industry insiders to ascertain the big picture of what 2018 holds for the industry, how the landscape is changing, and what missteps are better left in the rearview as we move forward.
Is the single-family rental market a major contributor to the low inventory the housing market is experiencing? According to a new analysis released Wednesday, this market could be limiting options for lower- and middle-income buyers.
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