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Hurricanes and higher rates tank mortgage applications, down 9.7%

    Hurricanes and higher rates tank mortgage applications, down 9.7%

Daniel Acker | Bloomberg | Getty Images A realtor, right, walks with potential home buyers as they tour the property of a home for sale in Sparland, Illinois. It was

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Bay Area residents consider great exodus in response to rising home prices

    Bay Area residents consider great exodus in response to rising home prices

Home prices continue to surge in the Bay Area, sparking more than half of its residents to express their desire to leave the region, new poll results show, according to

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New York Attorney General pushes Experian and Transunion for answers on cybersecurity

    New York Attorney General pushes Experian and Transunion for answers on cybersecurity

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is already investigating the massive data breach at Equifax that exposed the personal information of 143 million U.S. consumers. Now, New York’s top cop wants

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Ten-X: Housing inventory hovers more than 50% below prior peak

    Ten-X: Housing inventory hovers more than 50% below prior peak

A new analysis from Ten-X shows home sales, while near their cyclic highs, continue to lag significantly behind their previous peak. A strong labor market and low mortgage rates combined

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Massachusetts becomes first state to sue Equifax over massive data breach

    Massachusetts becomes first state to sue Equifax over massive data breach

Following through on a threat made last week, the state of Massachusetts is suing Equifax over the credit reporting agency’s massive data breach, which exposed the personal information of 143 million

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Trump lawyer: Moscow Trump Tower 'solely a real estate deal'

    Trump lawyer: Moscow Trump Tower 'solely a real estate deal'

Jonathan Ernst | Reuters Michael Cohen, personal attorney for President Donald Trump, as he arrives to appear before Senate Intelligence Committee in Washington, September 19, 2017. An abandoned proposal to

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Blame the hurricanes? Homebuilders report huge drop in housing starts

  Blame the hurricanes? Homebuilders report huge drop in housing starts

New home construction increased in August after a slight slowdown, however housing completions plummeted over the month, according to the

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CFPB forces companies to pay $21.6 million for illegal student loan debt collection

  CFPB forces companies to pay $21.6 million for illegal student loan debt collection

A recent study from the National Association of Realtors shows that across the U.S., student debt continues to hold Millennials

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New York wants NYDFS oversight of credit reporting agencies in wake of Equifax data breach

  New York wants NYDFS oversight of credit reporting agencies in wake of Equifax data breach

In the wake of its massive data breach that exposed the personal information of 143 million U.S. consumers to hackers,

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Here's why Congress can create bipartisan fix to flood insurance this year

  Here's why Congress can create bipartisan fix to flood insurance this year

In an unlikely pairing, Reps. Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore., and Sean Duffy, R-Wis., co-authored a blog for Bloomberg to emphasize the

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NAR reveals how long student debt delays homeownership

  NAR reveals how long student debt delays homeownership

An overwhelming majority of Millennials with student debt do not own a home, and believe this debt is the cause

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Recent hurricanes create concern among homebuilders

  Recent hurricanes create concern among homebuilders

Homebuilders are growing less certain after the recent hurricanes in Florida and Texas rose doubts surrounding the labor shortage and

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New Yorkers accused of defrauding government by pretending Hurricane Sandy destroyed their home

  New Yorkers accused of defrauding government by pretending Hurricane Sandy destroyed their home

A Staten Island, New York couple stands accused of defrauding the federal government out of $750,000 by pretending that they

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After finding success in U.K., flat-fee real estate agency Purplebricks debuts in U.S.

  After finding success in U.K., flat-fee real estate agency Purplebricks debuts in U.S.

Purplebricks, which bills itself as  “next-generation” real estate agency, is launching in the U.S. after building successful businesses in the

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