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CFPB: Mortgage Servicers Still Rooking Consumers

cfpb: mortgage servicers still rooking consumersMortgage servicers got a bad name during the subprime mortgage crisis, but despite that reputation damage, and despite new laws designed to get them on the straight and narrow, they're still up to..
CRM Buyer 2 days agoAlso reported by •E-Commerce Times
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Home Prices, Sales Up -- But Don't Get Carried Away!

The housing industry is starting to boom again. The latest reports show that sales of existing homes rose to their highest level in eight years, and the median price for an existing home sold in June..
Huffington Post 2 days ago

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News video: Goldman Sachs D\Down 1% After Q2 Earnings Results

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Goldman Sachs shares declined in pre-market trade on Thursday, following the release of disappointing second quarter earnings results.The largest U.S. investment bank said earnings per share came in at..
Source: Wochit Business - 2 weeks ago

News video: Maine Lawmakers Tighten Foreclosure Rules in Win for Consumers

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Homeowners in Maine gained stronger protection against bank foreclosures under legislation approved late on Tuesday over the objections of some of the United States' largest lenders in what consumer..
Source: wochit - on July 1, 2015

News video: Credit Rating Agencies are Miscalculating Risks of Climate Change

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A new report claims that credit rating agencies such as Moody’s Investors Service and Standard & Poor’s are miscalculating the risks of climate change, which could lead to the next big financial..
Source: wochit - on June 25, 2015

News video: Credit Rating Agencies Are Miscalculating Risks of Climate Change

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A new report claims that credit rating agencies such as Moody’s Investors Service and Standard & Poor’s are miscalculating the risks of climate change, which could lead to the next big..
Source: Wochit News - on June 25, 2015

News video: NACA Returns to Memphis Offering Mortgage Relief

NACA Returns to Memphis Offering Mortgage Relief

If you're facing foreclosure on your home there's an event happening Friday that could come in handy for you.
Source: WATN - on June 11, 2015

 
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Apartment construction drives US homebuilding surge in June

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. builders broke ground on apartment complexes last month at the fastest pace in nearly 28 years, as developers anticipate that recent jobs gains will launch a wave of renters..
SeattlePI.com 2 weeks ago

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UK interest rate rise billed for New Year, warns Bank of England

Mark Carney says first rate rise since height of financial crisis is becoming increasingly necessary as economic growth strengthens Britain was put on alert to expect its first interest rate rise..
guardian.co.uk 2 weeks ago
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How to Survive Predatory Parent Plus Loans

how to survive predatory parent plus loansFiled under: Student Loans, Personal Finance, College, College Savings Plans, Financial Education *Getty Images* Direct Plus loans, frequently called Parent Plus, are probably the most..
DailyFinance 2 weeks ago

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China Crash 'Way Bigger Than Subprime' for Billionaire Paul Singer

Hedge fund manager Paul Singer said that China's debt-fueled stock market crash may have larger implications than the U.S. subprime mortgage crisis, echoing warnings from fellow billionaire money..
Newsmax 2 weeks ago

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The one thing you should remember about the stock-market crash of 1987

The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged a shocking 508 points — or about 22.6% — back on October 19, 1987. But as scary as that drop was, US economic growth was resilient, and..
Business Insider 2 weeks ago
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Why Greece Is The Precursor To The Next Global Debt Crisis

why greece is the precursor to the next global debt crisisSubmitted by Charles Hugh-Smith via PeakProsperity.com, *The one undeniable truth about the debt drama in Greece is that each of the conventional narratives—financial, political and..
Zero Hedge 3 weeks ago

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People are worrying that the Chinese investors who mortgaged their houses to buy stocks may trigger a new subprime crisis

people are worrying that the chinese investors who mortgaged their houses to buy stocks may trigger a new subprime crisisChina's stock markets have nosedived over the last month and banks are starting to worry that the collapse could be tipping over from a hefty correction into a full-blown financial crisis. The..
Business Insider 3 weeks ago
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Immediate Costs of Predatory Financial Practices Are Steep, But they are Just the Tip of the Iceberg

As the 2016 presidential campaign kicks off, the economy is growing and Americans are getting back to work. However, for far too many people plotting a course from the working class to the middle class..
Huffington Post on July 2, 2015

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New Wealth Advisors Club Marks Seven Year Anniversary of Club Inception

Despite instability in the real estate market, New Wealth Advisors Club continues to grow and expand. Riverside, California (PRWEB) June 30, 2015 Mortgage crisis. Credit crisis. Bank collapse...
PRWeb on June 30, 2015

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HELOC debt and the next mortgage crisis

The mortgage crisis isn't a thing of the past. In fact, a new wave of problems is about to hit home equity borrowers. All those "interest-only" home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) that were taken out..
ChicagoTribune on June 27, 2015Also reported by •Huffington Post
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Man who oversaw mortgage crisis settlement to guide Corinthian debt relief


MarketWatch on June 26, 2015

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Don't Blame Subprime For The Foreclosure Crisis -- It's About Home Values, Period

A new study concludes the mortgage crisis was just as bad with prime as subprime, and that the loan-to-value ratio explains it all.
Forbes.com on June 24, 2015

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