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Mortgage News November 17, 2009

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FBI investigating closed mortgage company that closed abruptly last week; 6 people have sued – LA Times

HSBC Sees Improvement in U.S. Home Market – WSJ

FDIC Sells Most Real Estate Since 1994 on U.S. Banking Debacle – Bloomberg

Report: Foreclosure crisis hits blacks, Latinos – AP

Loans sought for jobless homeowners –

New York Foreclosure Bill Gives All Homeowners More Time – The Truth About Mortgage

Fannie Mae: Recession unofficially over –  Washington Business Journal

Mortgage rates rising soon, Hudson says – Reuters

First Time Home Buyers Claim Record Market Share – The Truth About Mortgage

Life Insurers May Lose $22.6 Billion on Commercial Real Estate – Bloomberg

E*Trade’s Bad-Loan Crisis Is Almost Resolved, CEO Layton Says – Bloomberg

TransUnion: Mortgage Delinquencies Still On Rise, But at Slower Pace – Mortgage News Daily


Written by mortgagelink

November 17, 2009 at 6:05 pm

Posted in Mortgage News

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