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A Closer Look at FHA’s CWCOT

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When it comes to moving REOs back into the marketplace, the Federal Housing Administration's Claims Without Conveyance of Title program is crucial. However, delving into the complexities of the program can be daunting, which is why we turned to two experts in the space, Altisource's SVP of Real Estate Services Min Alexander and Director of Real Estate Auction Services James Harp.

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A Decade of Change in the Mortgage Industry

In the 10 years since Auction.com launched as a brand, a lot has changed in our industry. Both traditional REO and foreclosure sales have made a paradigm shift in the way transactions are handled. Editor's Note: This feature originally appeared in the September issue of DS News, available now.

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Optimizing Returns on Assets 

Following a steady market recovery since 2009, home auctions are gaining traction. Servicers now face the challenge of effectively selling assets while also optimizing returns. For nearly a decade, Hubzu® has helped banks and servicers accelerate disposition timelines and reduce holding costs.

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Freddie Mac Updates Servicing Guidelines

Freddie Mac released a join bulletin with Fannie Mae Wednesday that updates its guidelines for standard servicing policies, which are unrelated to its special initiatives to aid those affected by the hurricanes that have ravaged the continental United States.

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Hurricane Harvey: Following the Flood

It has been three days since Hurricane Harvey made landfall off the coast of Texas, and shows little sign of letting up anytime soon. Houston, in particular, was especially ravaged by the deluge, which received 25 inches of rain in two days. But many properties with federally-insured mortgages sit outside Special Flood Hazard Areas, and aren’t required to have flood insurance . . .

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