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Neel Kashkari

Minneapolis Fed Chief: Break Up the Too Big to Fail Banks

In his first speech as the new president of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve, Neel Kashkari took on a strikingly political edge by complaining about the limits in enforcing the Too Big to Fail (TBTF) aspect of a Dodd-Frank Act.

Florida and California are home to renters that carry the highest cost burdens on their housing expenses, according to new data released by Abodo

Do Short-Term Rental Services Really Disrupt the Housing Market?

The controversy surrounding the impact of short-term home rental services such as Airbnb and HomeAway are overblown, according to a new data analysis released by
Construction employment reached its level since November 2008, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America

Construction Employment at Eight-Year High

Construction employment reached its level since November 2008, according to an analysis by the Asso

Credit Availability Up, Refi Opportunities Down

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) has announced that its Mortgage Credit Availabi

Study Finds TRID Defects Down Slightly in Q2

ACES Risk Management (ARMCO), a provider of financial quality control (QC) and compliance softw

Mortgage Rates Climb as Existing Home Sales Tail Off in November

According to the latest

Black and Hispanic borrowers are still more likely to be denied on their mortgage applications

Fewer Loan Defects Reported in October

The frequency of defects, fraudulence and misrepresentation in the information submitted in mortgage loan applications, decreased 1.4 percent in October as compared with September, according to the latest

Next year will see increases in home prices, existing home sales and Millennials, according to a new forecast from Realtor.com

Realtor.com Releases 2017 Housing Forecast

Next year will see increases in home prices, existing home sales and Millennials,

The National Association of Realtors’ (NAR) Pending Home Sales Index (PHSI) took a scant 0.1 percent uptick to 110.0 in October from a slight downward revision of 109.9 in September

Pending Home Sales Up, Mortgage Apps and Foreclosures Down

One of the great arguments of the NIMBY (Not In My Back Yard) crowd is the concern that the introduction of low-income housing will deflate home values in neighborhoods striving for property wealth. However, a new analysis from Trulia suggests

Does Low-Income Housing Really Kill Home Values?

One of the great arguments of the NIMBY (Not In My Back Yard) crowd is the concern that the introduction of low-income housing will deflate home values in neighborhoods striving for property wealth.

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