Economist Reports the Housing Market Double Dip is Beginning

Economist Reports the Housing Market Double Dip is Beginning

Clayton Holdings names Andrew Pollock head of consulting services SHELTON, Conn., Oct. 16, 2015 – PRNewswire clayton holdings llc, a leading provider of loan due diligence, surveillance, REO management, and consulting services to the mortgage industry, announced today that industry veteran Andrew Pollock has joined the company as senior managing director of Clayton Consulting Services. In this position, Pollock will lead Clayton Consulting Services, a provider of operational risk management, regulatory compliance, and quality control and business process.

 · The main reason we might be finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel with the housing crisis is that housing affordability has increased. Here in San Diego over the last year in the first quarter 2007 the HAI ( Housing Affordability Index ) stood at.

July employment report misses analyst expectations Insurers, Lenders Fight Over Foreclosure’s Policy Impact Servicers who are found to have acted fraudulently may be subject to sanctions, legal costs and dismissal of pending foreclosures. Reopened foreclosures will also impact title insurers. Listen as our authoritative panel explains steps servicers should take to reduce their exposure to lender liability claims for wrongful foreclosure.The June jobs report crushed expectations, June’s BLS jobs report comes after a softer-than-expected private-sector employment report..’s senior economic analyst, told.

Housing Market Double Dip Surprises Economists – Just as Original Crash Did. Mark attended the University of Michigan where he graduated with a degree in Economics. As an avid reader, Market.

In its most recent MarketPulse report, CoreLogic found that the housing market is recovering, but doing so unevenly. The over-bought and beaten-down markets are recovering the fastest.

11 days ago · Federal Reserve data concluded student debt is responsible for a 20% dip in homeownership for young adults. What it means: Millennials have changed "the composition of housing starts and the housing market, resulting in the construction of more multifamily dwellings (apartments) than in past cyclical expansions," Joe Brusuelas, chief economist for RSM, tells Axios.

Over the last few months there has been an increase in the concern and discussion over a possible double-dip recession, particularly after unemployment reports over the summer. And the bursting of.

Now, after the first-ever credit downgrade and a historically terrible week in the stock market, we’ve all but dropped the word recovery. After Monday’s carnage, all talk is of a possible double-dip ..

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