The use of APIs and web applications will go a long way in improving the customer experience. This piece originally appeared in the August edition of DS News.
With government aid lifelines expiring, trouble may lie ahead both for American renters and for the network of owner-investors that support sectors such as SFR.
Turbulent times create opportunities and uncertainty. How can investors identify what is a potential good investment versus a risky bet?
A new survey reveals the factors—including the continuing fallout from the pandemic—that are changing the ways Americans think about homeownership.
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This interview originally appeared in the August edition of DS News. Doug Duncan, SVP and Chief Economist, Fannie Mae, is responsible for forecasting and analysis of the economy and the housing and mortgage markets. He also oversees strategic research regarding the potential impact of external factors on the housing and mortgage markets. Duncan leads the ...
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A new study suggests that "the context of urban inequality is changing in ways that might amplify new drivers of neighborhood and school sorting." Click through to read the details.
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What takeaways did the previous economic downturn provide that can be applied to current attempts to assist struggling homeowners?
As Congress remains deadlocked on latest coronavirus relief package, a new study anticipates worst-, middle-, and best-case outcomes for foreclosure rates.
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