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Articles from Mortgage Banking (August 1, 2011)

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'Standing' on shifting ground: a landmark verdict was reached in February 2011 upholding a securitized trust's right to foreclose. It was a major victory for securitized lenders on the issue of standing. Ramey, Shaun 3520
50 States by appreciation rate. Statistical data 531
August-October 2011. Calendar 507
Avista Solutions adds Washington State Employees Credit Union as new customer. 346
BofA announces $8.5 billion settlement on MBS exposure. 750
Clear Capital sees more price declines in second-half 2011. 641
Coalition joins 326 members of Congress in pushing changes to QRM. 618
Coastal markets dominate apartment rent growth. 373
Commerce Velocity releases loss-mitigation borrower portal. Brief article 204
CoreLogic introduces OnSite property condition report. Brief article 255
CoreLogic introduces Verification of Military Status for servicers. 313
CRE distressed property volume holds for 2012. 482
CRE markets show natural effects of turn in cycle. Woodwell, Jamie 1624
DocuTech partners with Xerox Mortgage Services. 312
Eight survival tips for default servicers. Young, Mike 964
Ellie Mae announces first of two annual releases for Encompass360. 688
ELynx passes 50 million loan milestone. Brief article 127
Experian finds high earners more likely to strategically default. 197
Fannie's survey shows consumers more pessimistic on home prices. 483
FHA updates condo recertification process. 192
FNC says home prices and time-on-market are improving. 349
Going once, going twice ... Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Williams, Williams & McKissick LLC is so much more than a real estate auction company. Bergsman, Steve 3340
Good intentions gone wrong. Emerson, Bill 1023
Hot town: summer in the city. Fulmer, Ann 2022
Housing activity: residential structures. 568
HUD issues final rule for state compliance with SAFE Act. 437
HUD settles RESPA kickback complaint against Fidelity National. 277
Inventory resolution: the Elephant in the room. Blecher, Herb 907
IServe Residential Lending implements PriceMyLoan. 543
June CMBS delinquencies fall to 9.37 percent. 372
Key economic indicators and interest rates. 397
LPS' LSI division chooses Mercury Network for appraisal management. Brief article 242
Making the move to mobile: even as the origination side of the industry has made inroads in delivering online and mobile applications, servicing has lagged behind. Cerny, Jeff 2783
Market Performance Gauge. Statistical data 275
Market trends overview by state. Statistical table 799
MBA says production profits plunged in first-quarter 2011. 464
MDI Mortgage Bankers chooses MRG Document Technologies. 276
Mortgage applications indexes: Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA). 1037
New York, Boston deals highlight HFF's $1,197 billion in transactions. 904
Non-agency loans gain foothold. Schneider, Howard 837
Northwest MLS chooses Authentisign for electronic signatures. Brief article 206
Obama administration extends help for unemployed homeowners. 359
Partisan rancor. Hewitt, Janet Reilley 476
Principal forgiveness: principal reductions have been off-limits for many reasons as a method for dealing with defaults. Some argue it may be time to rethink that policy, while others remain worried about moral hazard. DeMuth, Jerry 3406
Safeguarding the nation's neighborhoods. Jaffa, Alan 2833
Second-quarter luxury condo, co-op market lifts Manhattan prices. 615
Shadow inventory declines in April from year-ago level. Brief article 241
Slow economic recovery hinders office market. Industry overview 1047
Summer swoon: a new regulator arrived on the scene last month to add to the worries facing mortgage originators. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has a massive consumer-protection mission, and mortgage lenders aren't sure what to expect. All they really know is their hands are already full with a recovery that's sputtering. Morse, Neil J. 3624
Supreme Lending launches smart-phone and tablet version of PPE. 507
Taking the shock out of SPOC. Carlisle, Chris 2535
Talking technology with Ginnie Mae: Ginnie Mae's Mary Kinney (executive vice president) and Tom Weakland (senior vice president of operations) discuss some technology projects under way or on the drawing board. Hill, Rick Interview 4269
The American dream's: Worst Nightmare. Warson, Albert 2145
The ticker. Statistical table 437
Top 25 core-based statistical areas-sales price market trends. Statistical data 546
When the borrower sues the lender in federal court. Bergman, Bruce J. 620

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