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  • The End 
of an Era: Tozer Talks

    Seven years might not seem all that long a tenure in the corporate world, but in the land of political...

  • Limitless Possibilities

    Technology has made the mortgage industry faster, more affordable, more compliant, and more convenient—and...

  • Before and After the Storm

    For homeowners, storm preparedness requires more than keeping a few cases of water on hand, though that...

  • Worthy of its Name

    It seems entirely possible that before joining Alacrity Services, one might be asked to define “alacrity.”...

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    The Road Ahead

    With an uncertain regulatory environment, new data requirements, and promising technological opportunities...

Changing of the Guard

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Conventional logic suggests that the mortgage industry is in real trouble because of its age. Editor's note: This select print feature is scheduled to appear in the June 2016 issue of DS News, which will be digitally available on June 1.

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What’s Next for REO? A 10-Year Perspective

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While the single-family rental market is one area that will continue to provide opportunity in the REO marketplace, the question remains: What’s next for the banks, servicers, and investors who touch the REO sector nearly a decade past its high? This select print feature originally appeared in the May 2016 issue of DS News.

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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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