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New Mortgage Disclosures Expected to Delay Real Estate Closings

Date 09-29-2015

Our sincerest apologies for not having provided you with new content in such a long time, but we have been working tirelessly on becoming prepared for the changes ahead! In just a few short days, federal laws will be implemented that will affect the way homebuyers finance their mortgages in real estate transactions. The Consumer […]

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Contracts to Buy Residential Real Estate Climbs to 9-Year High

Date 07-01-2015

According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), pending home sales continued to make impressive gains last month, rising to the highest level since April 2006. In May, more Americans signed contracts to purchase homes, as these pending sales reached their highest levels in over nine years. Large gains in pending home sales in the […]

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Distressed Homeowner? Freddie Mac Offers a Complete Guide to Foreclosures and Alternatives

Date 06-22-2015

As part of a new website launched this week, Freddie Mac is now offering distressed homeowners a complete guide to foreclosure and prevention, from assessing your situation to what to do when your home has been foreclosed on. “MyHome by Freddie Mac” is an option on Freddie Mac’s site offering homeowners various options under the […]

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CFPB Fails to Comply with Congressional Review Act Moving TRID date to Oct. 3rd

Date 06-18-2015

In a statement made June 17th, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced a proposal to delay implementation of the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures (TRID) rule until Oct. 1st. The CFPB’s original implementation date of Aug. 1st had been been pushed to Oct. 1st, as they claim an “administrative error” caused the delay of Know Before […]

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Uber It! Broward County Motor Carrier Ordinance Passes 4/28/15

Date 05-27-2015

At the April 28th Broward County Public Hearing, the Board of County Commissioners voted to update and expand the County’s Motor Carrier Ordinance. As some of you may know, this item sparked a lot of attention, and now, the ordinance provides a framework allowing Uber, Lyft and other Transportation Network Carriers to operate legally within […]

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