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What’s in Store for MBS?

Federal Reserve

The Fed intends on reducing its balance sheet, and considering it owns a quarter of a total $6.86 trillion in the mortgage-back security market, what could be the potential risks? Find out in this Video Spotlight.

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Fraud Watch

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Like a tornado watch, CoreLogic's National Fraud Risk Index showing new highs doesn't necessarily mean there is more fraud, however it does mean the conditions are right for fraud to grow. Take a look at what the new fraud schemes are and what old scheme is returning in the Video Spotlight.

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Protection for Veterans

Avoid Foreclosure BH

Senator Blumenthal (D-Connecticut) recently supported a law that was put into place offering veterans facing foreclosure a one-year moratorium under particular conditions, but the outpouring of encouragement from local veterans has moved him to consider drafting a new measure.

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HSBC Tackles Another U.S. Lawsuit

A settlement between HSBC Holdings and the DOJ may be resolved sooner than expected. An early negotiation could be an indication of what the future of the Trump administration could bring. Reflecting on past settlements isn't suggesting what the next one might be worth.

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Industry Leaders Discuss Diversity, Inclusion

The Five Star Diversity Symposium was a day-long event focused on advancing the conversation on diversity within the mortgage industry, and featured keynote addresses from industry leaders as well as panel discussions. Represented were companies and government agencies within the mortgage industry, including the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas.

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