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Bucking the Trend

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Conventional wisdom says that keeping rehab costs at a minimum is the best was to recoup losses on vacant and abandoned properties. The conventional wisdom may be wrong. This special print feature originally appeared in the December 2015 issue of DS News magazine.

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Scapegoats?

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Property preservation companies have come under criticism in recent months. But is it warranted? This select print feature originally appeared in the November 2015 issue of DS News.

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In Search of the Next Generation

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If the residential valuations industry was a football field, many appraisers would tell you they’re sitting on the 50-yard-line, with no book of plays, no running back, and a star quarterback who is on vacation. Editor's note: This select print feature appeared in the September 2015 issue of DS News.

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The Gift of Hindsight: Did Prime Loans Cause the Mortgage Crisis?

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But a new analysis of the mortgage crisis, which cost millions of families their homes and brought down storied financial institutions such as Lehman Brothers and Washington Mutual, suggests prime loans, not subprime, were the major driver and “the crisis was not solely, or even primarily, a subprime sector event.” This select print feature will appear in the August 2015 issue of DS News.

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