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Republicans Strike Unified Deal on Tax Reform

Late Wednesday, the Congressional committee negotiated the tax reform bill and came to an agreement in principal, with plans to send it back to the Senate once it is officially voted on. (HousingWire)


Spotting and Stopping Identity Fraud in the Rental Property Market

With the frequency of data breaches, media reports of stolen identities, and advice on protecting your personal information, it's easy to forget that identity theft victims are just one of many who lose in identity-related crimes. (CoreLogic Insights Blog)


MBA: Mortgage Applications Decrease in Latest Weekly Survey

Mortgage applications decreased 2.3 percent, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association's (MBA) Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending December 8, 2017. (Calculated Risk Blog)


Downpayments at Record Highs as Home Prices Rise

Homebuyers ponied up the highest downpayments on record to purchase homes in the third quarter of 2017. (Mortgage News Daily)


Investors Propel Post-Harvey Housing Rally

It was like a scene from the pre-oil-bust housing boom: A steady stream of prospective buyers trekked through an open house last Saturday in a family neighborhood in northwest Houston. (Houston Chronicle)


Fed Hikes Rates. What Does It Mean for Your Mortgage?

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday hiked its benchmark interest rate by a quarter percentage point, citing a gradual strengthening in the economy. (The Mortgage Reports)

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