“Water is expected to rise another 1 to 2 feet when winds switch to the south and push water northward into downtown – and the high tide begins to come into the river. Move to higher ground now.
Florida banks emerged from Hurricane Irma. to contact their loan servicers to find out about programs that could help them, along with their insurers and FEMA. JPMorgan Chase said it would waive or.
While the foreclosure crisis is over and federal regulators are being less assertive on enforcement actions, mortgage servicers must remain vigilant about compliance, as state agencies are stepping up their own oversight, according to Standard & Poor’s.. Rise in hurricane recovery times could.
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HUD’s Carson denies trying to mislead public in furniture furor We insist that Congress reject the proposal and we demand a HUD that’s fully funded to meet 100 percent of the real needs of American people." "Carson is out of touch and patronizing. He thinks poverty is a state of mind. He needs to do his job and push for a massive reinvestment in community-owned and public housing.
The average recovery time for a property damaged by a hurricane has been 10.7 months, which means some borrowers in states affected by last year’s storms are still in the repair stage, according to BuildFax’s examination of 11 major hurricanes between 2000 and 2018.
As Floridians and East Coast residents brace for Hurricane Matthew, the strongest system to threaten the United States since Katrina in 2005, we asked two knowledgeable servicers for advice that you can share with your clients if their homes are damaged.
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Manhattan homebuyers make fewest first-quarter deals since 2009 (Bloomberg) — Manhattan’s would-be homebuyers are in no rush to make deals, while the number of condos and co-ops on the market continues to rise. purchases dropped for a sixth straight quarter in the first three months of 2019 as sellers struggled to cut prices deeply enough to attract offers.
Rise in hurricane recovery times could strain mortgage servicers The potential for longer homeowner recovery times from hurricanes could hurt mortgage companies that need to advance funds to investors from missed payments.
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Death Toll from Hurricane Sandy Continues to Rise, Recovery Workers Suffering As cleanup in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy continues on the East Coast, workers in New York continue to struggle with the recovery efforts in affected areas.
CoreLogic adds self-service option to condo data service CondoSafe is a national service for mortgage lenders that gathers condo project data and docs so you don’t have to. This one-stop condo project review tool delivers standardized data and investor eligibility alerts for lending decisions in one easy step. No system integration is required.Radian takes $131M charge ahead of Clayton Holdings restructuring Radian Clayton Services LLC is a Delaware Limited-Liability Company filed on May 10, 2001. The company’s File Number is listed as 3235245. The Registered Agent on file for this company is Corporation Service Company and is located at 2711 Centerville Rd Suite 400, Wilmington, DE 19808.