CoreLogic: Negative equity props up home prices in toughest markets The negative equity problem may actually be pushing up home prices at the bottom of some of the hardest-hit housing markets, according to a report from CoreLogic ($18.31 0.28%) . The national supply of unsold homes dropped to 6.5 months in April from nine months last June. But the decline occurred less because of an increase in sales.Washington Supreme Court: MERS cannot obtain foreclosure power without note Once the loan has been assigned to MERS, the loan can be bought and sold any number of times later without recording an additional assignment. Don’t be surprised if you find out that your mortgage was assigned to MERS at some point. In most cases, there must be an assignment out of MERS’ name before the foreclosure can begin.
The Obama Administration, specifically the U.S. Department of Housing. by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Massachusetts attorney general martha coakley filed an amicus brief urging.
Schneiderman joins other AGs to tout fair housing act. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and attorneys general from 16 other states plan to request today that the U.S. Supreme Court uphold longstanding interpretations of the U.S. Fair Housing Act related to racial discrimination. Schneiderman and the others will appear in an amicus brief.
Symposium: The Supreme Court recognizes but limits disparate impact in its Fair Housing Act decision Posted Fri, June 26th, 2015 8:58 am by Paul Hancock and Andrew C. Glass Paul F. Hancock and Andrew C. Glass are partners at the global law firm K&L Gates LLP.
New York AG to SCOTUS: Uphold disparate impact in housing Posted on January 21, 2015 | Leave a comment This week the Supreme Court of the United States is hearing the case of Texas Dept. of Housing vs. Inclusive Communities Project , and while many in the industry welcome the expected rejection of disparate impact theory in housing, others.
Law360, New York (October 29, 2013, 2:07 PM EDT) — A group of 12 state attorneys general on Monday urged the U.S. Supreme Court to preserve their right to bring disparate impact claims in housing.
NEW YORK – Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman and Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley led a coalition of 17 states in filing an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court urging the court to uphold the longstanding interpretation of the federal Fair Housing Act that allows challenges to practices that have a "disparate impact" on protected groups, such as racial minorities.
Contents Path outlook confirmed Restrictive. slowly reinvesting Office/outpatient visit levels. Water mark ( Mortgage revenue decline dents BOK Financial earnings "The consensus seems to be that the economy will continue growing in 2018, but the automotive market will continue to see a decline in new-car sales," Bowron said.
CoreLogic: July home prices increase 3.8% 5 charts you must see right now Two angles facing right, which often indicate, "advance to the end." Last quarter we posted 12 charts You MUST See Before You Even Think About Buying A Home. Contrarian mortgage broker and editor of.The CoreLogic HPI Forecast indicates that home prices, including distressed sales, are projected to increase by 0.5% month over month from July 2015 to August 2015 and. MD (-0.3%); Boston, MA (-3.8.
The Supreme Court Votes To uphold broad housing discrimination claims. The New York Times. which allows claimants of discrimination to argue both "disparate impact," which can be proven.
Commentary: FAS 140, Bloomberg Columnists, and the Truth 2018 HW Insiders: Jill Cadwell The iconic East End community gathering place closed december 2018. On the last day. have partnered with Roosevelt market building owners Pamela Lemley and Jill Simplot. After the neighborhood.