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  • America’s Urban Markets Universally Strengthened Last Month by

    As retrospective analysis confirmed, February’s economic returns have affirmed that the property sector’s recovery has begun to even out.

  • The Truth in Lending: Communication by

    Although there is some debate as to the origin of the word “mortgage,” the general consensus is that mortgage is a French law term meaning "death contract," meaning that the pledge ends (dies) when either the obligation is fulfilled or the property is taken through foreclosure.

  • INFOGRAPHIC: The Government Housing Policy-Driven Fall of Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac by

    Many of the interest groups that directly benefit from large subsidizations in the housing market continue to state that Fannie and Freddie fell victim to the bad private market participants. This suggestion is completely false. It was government housing policy, coupled with loose money from the Federal Reserve, that caused the housing bubble and those are the areas where we must focus reform.

  • Rise in Household Debt Hints at End of Deleveraging by

    (Reuters) - Household debt grew at its fastest pace since early 2008 in the fourth quarter of last year, a possible sign that the painful process of paring back borrowing in the aftermath of the financial crisis may have run its course.

  • How to Buy a Family Member Out of a Real Estate Investment by

    A real estate investor that I know has a saying, “Your most expensive money is your own money, and your second most expensive money is your family’s money.” For those of you who have made a real estate investment with a family member, you can probably understand very well the meaning of that saying.

  • The Dangers of the Qualified Mortgage Rule by

    Could the new Qualified Mortgage (QM) rule bring about a dangerous housing bubble?

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