The Bureau stated that it has been “prioritizing activities” aimed at protecting the stability of the financial sector.
A new report said that while the U.S. economy is facing numerous tailwinds, home prices are rising and the number of mortgages in forbearance recorded its largest drop since the outbreak.
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A new paper discusses ways the U.S.’s most-flooded city can assist borrowers who at risk from damages.
A new study reveals the counties that are at most risk for foreclosure due to the impact of COVID-19.
Next week, the House Committee on Financial Services will discuss how mortgage servicers have implemented the CARES Act. Also coming are reports by the U.S. Census Bureau and the NAHB.
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Ed Pinto, Director, Senior Fellow, the AEI Housing Center, discussed how the pandemic is impacting how and where homeowners move.
Auction.com provided information on how the new regulations will benefit property preservation companies and help grow CWCOT to more than 90%.
Despite a requirement for homes in certain flood-prone areas, FEMA receives tens of millions in claims annually.
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One economist called the dip “an encourage sign of continued improvement,” driven mostly by many plans expiring at the end of June.
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Both Founder & Executive Chair Linda Orlans and Senior Executive Counsel Julie Moran have been recognized for their contributions to the financial services industry.