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The Rocky Mountain High that Colorado’s pricey Aspen-area housing market experienced in 2015—with sales breaking the $2 billion barrier—was followed by a significant drop-off

The Rocky Mountain High that Colorado’s pricey Aspen-area housing market experienced in 2015—with sales breaking the $2 billion barrier—was followed by a significant drop-off.

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More than 30 employees from Salt Lake City, Utah-based

A new online portal offering information on New York City’s housing market has been launched by the Furman Center at New York University (NYU).

The Appraisal Institute has introduced a course to help appraisers work through all seven steps of the appraisal review process and apply them within a simulated, real

Question: We are a mortgage banker. Our policy is to place limits on points and fees in our residential mortgage loan transactions. But an applicant complained to the CFPB that we denied the application because of our limits on points and fees. Our regulator has told us that a lender does have limits on points and fees based on certain guidelines. What are those guidelines?

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