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Bringing Harvey Aid to Texas

Bringing Harvey Aid to Texas

The House of Representatives will soon return from summer recess and vote on the first phase of emergency relief money for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey. Take a look at how they plan on keeping FEMA operating while still funding federal disaster relief.

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Duty Calls

Duty Calls

Freddie Mac has a duty to serve the American homebuyer, and with a series of action plans that’s just what the GSE plans to do. Editor's Note: This print feature first appeared in the August issue of MReport, available now.

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The Final Rule

The Final Rule

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released the final ruling for TILA annual threshold adjustments Wednesday revising the dollar amounts for regulations that fall under Regulation Z. Take a look at what’s changed.

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Update: Hurricane Harvey and Flood Insurance

Update: Hurricane Harvey and Flood Insurance

Hurricane Harvey has been hovering over southeast Texas, dropping record amounts of rain on Houston and the surrounding area. A new report shows that there are a number of properties in risk of flooding that are outside the Special Flood Hazard Areas, meaning flood insurance isn’t a requirement for those with federally insured mortgages.

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Then, Now, and Later

Then, Now, and Later

According to Fed Chair Janet Yellen, today's financial system is a safer one thanks, in large part, to the Great Recession—as well as the reforms that followed it. Read on to see Yellen's full remarks.

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