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The Interest Rate-Driven Housing Rebound

Housing is the single largest contributor to the U.S. economy, and as interest rates have been cut, mortgage rates have bounced back. The post The Interest Rate-Driven Housing Rebound appeared first on theMReport.com.

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Investors Feeling Bullish on Millennial Homebuyers

Despite an unwillingness to buy, 18-35 year olds are able to purchase homes,. In this Video Spotlight, find out what is holding them back, and why investors are optimistic. The post Investors Feeling Bullish on Millennial Homebuyers appeared first on DSNews.

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Reinventing Policy for Affordable Housing

As rents rise and affordable housing inventory drops, here are some suggestions one researcher has to address affordability issues across the country. The post Reinventing Policy for Affordable Housing appeared first on DSNews.

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Industry Reacts to Volcker Rule Revision

Here’s how banks and other industry professionals reacted to the revisions to simplify compliance requirements relating to the “Volcker rule.” The post Industry Reacts to Volcker Rule Revision appeared first on DSNews.

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Where First Time Foreclosures Surged

First-time foreclosures in New York City stagnated overall in Q3 2019, but these neighborhoods saw foreclosures increase significantly. The post Where First Time Foreclosures Surged appeared first on DSNews.

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