New Accenture White Paper Reveals True Cost of Title Insurance Production from Title Industry Benchmark Study
Fitch Affirms JPMBB 2014-C21 Commercial Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates
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UPDATE: This kind of stadium funding could only happen in Las Vegas
Fitch Affirms LB-UBS 2007-C6
Fannie Mae CEO says it's not sustainable to operate without capital
UPDATE: Talking our way into recession? I don't think so
Broadway Financial Corporation Announces Profits for 1st Quarter
After a month of bad news about housing starts, existing home sales, and mortgage delinquencies, the number of homes going into foreclosure is slowing rapidly. RealtyTrac reported 308,524 U.S. properties foreclosures last month, a decrease of 2% from the previous month but still 6% above the level reported in February 2009.
Foreclosure filings fell in 2012, yet more foreclosed homes are likely to come up for sale in 2013. This increase could be good news for prospective home owners and investors, according to Daren Blomquist, vice president at Irvine, California-based RealtyTrac, an online marketplace for foreclosure ...