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Housing: Part 320 - Debt Growth And Home Price Appreciation

And, since rent inflation has little effect on home prices in Texas and Ohio, then interest rate sensitivity is more important to prices in low priced places than it is in high priced places ... was t... read more

Flipping houses stays red hot and Tampa Bay remains one of its favorite markets

When the market crashed, many of those investors were stuck with houses — often bought with high-interest loans — that they couldn't unload. As foreclosures ... fee and interest rates ranging from 7.9... read more

Unequal Justice: U.S. Trails High-Income Nations in Serving Civil Legal Needs

They have legal rights—to child support, Medicare benefits or protection against an improper home foreclosure—but they find ... Americans give up and seek no legal redress, compared to 7 percent of hi... read more

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What’s Behind the Flare-ups in Oil Prices? Jeremy Siegel and Witold Henisz Weigh In

And that’s what we are worried about because many of them are underwater with the threat of foreclosure ... every time we say, “Oh, the price went up because of this, this and that” and then that thin... read more

A WSU researcher lived with grizzly bears in Alaska. She came away convinced humans and grizzlies can coexist

As they spread, they're increasingly moving into human territory, eating livestock and sometimes mauling hunters like Bob Legasa, a Coeur d'Alene man who survived an attack in the fall ... still kill ... read more

Foreclosures continue to plague housing market

In the Empire State, it took an average of 986 days for the average foreclosure to be processed -- the longest in the country -- while in the Garden State, it took 974 days, according to RealtyTrac. C... read more

Coincidence? A Zombie Foreclosure Report in Late October

The rate at the end of the third quarter of 2017 was 1.58 percent. The company also found there were 10,291 vacant "zombie" foreclosure homes nationwide ... the country is lifting all boats. There are ... read more

In Trump Country it's clear: the elite media still don't get it.

Compare this to a ... they couldn’t comprehend, and still, for the most part, don’t. Abernathy, a contributing columnist for The Washington Post, is a freelance writer and former newspaper editor base... read more

Cleveland-area house prices are rising faster, but they're still at 2004 levels (interactive graphics)

CLEVELAND, Ohio ... they're still struggling to reach their pre-recession levels. A Tuesday report showed that prices in the Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor area were up 4.1 percent in February, when compared ... read more

Appian Corp. (APPN) CEO Matt Calkins on Q2 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Rapid deployment differentiates us from our competition and creates happy customers. You see this in our NRR which has been on the high ... rates. Turning to our balance sheet, as of June 30, we had c... read more

CoreLogic Loan Performance Insights Finds Delinquency Rates Are Up in Natural Disaster Areas but Down Nearly Everywhere Else

including those in foreclosure) in September 2018, representing a 0.6 percentage point decline in the overall delinquency rate compared with September 2017, when it was 5 percent. This press release f... read more

Foreclosures fall to lowest level since 2007

He expects foreclosure activity to rise above 2011's level but remain below the peak hit in 2010. Low rates offer some help ... In addition, many [HAMP] homeowners fall back into foreclosure later on. ... read more

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