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  • NationStar17.37-0.19 -1.08%
  • CoreLogic41.81+0.10 +0.24%
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  • Lennar50.39-0.60 -1.18%
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Mortgage Industry Roundtable: Inventory Woes

Mortgage Industry Roundtable: Inventory Woes

DS News sat down with Jorge Ponce, Director of Business Development & Implementation at FirstClose; Joey McDuffee, Director at Wipro Gallagher Solutions; and Kevin Watson, District Manager, Middle Tennessee at Churchill Mortgage to discuss inventory woes and the future of the market in this exclusive three-part roundtable.

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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Contested Once Again

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Contested Once Again

More controversy surrounding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has recently emerged regarding the way they are collecting data on credit offerings to small businesses. The Bureau is looking into how lenders identify and classify small businesses when deciding whether or not to provide a loan, as mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act.

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Home Building Confidence Down, For Now

Home Building Confidence Down, For Now

National home builder confidence has experience a decrease following the events of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, according to the September National Association of Home Builders/Well Fargo Housing Market index. But the future outlook isn’t so grim.

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Real Estate Market Could Be Pivoting

Real Estate Market Could Be Pivoting

The real estate market could be pivoting away from traditional models, according to a report by CNBC. A six percent commission was all but standard in the past—since then, brokers have reduced that significantly to keep up with increasing competition.

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