Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: The end of “disparate impact” in housing today?

Today is a big legal day for housing, as the Supreme Court will determine whether housing policy is subject to the onerous burdens of “disparate

June 08, 2015 Real Estate

Data Shows April Was Prosperous For Housing

In the NAHB’s Eye on Housing blog, Crowe cited a number of positive housing statistics that indicate that April was a prosperous month for the

June 07, 2015 Real Estate

Amherst Holdings names Andrew Flahive president, single-family residential capital

In this newly created position, Flahive will be responsible for leading Amherst’s initiative to design and implement debt and equity financing strategies for its rapidly

June 07, 2015 Real Estate

New HUD Website Offers Free Online Housing Counselor Training

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has announced the launch of a new website,, that is designed specifically for HUD-approved housing

June 06, 2015 Real Estate

DS News Webcast: Friday 6/4/2015

While mortgage industry stakeholders and lawmakers await the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on whether or not so-called disparate impact claims are allowed under the Fair

June 05, 2015 Real Estate

Bipartisan Bill Introduced In Congress Aimed At Preventing Fed Bailouts

Garrett and Mike Capuano (D-Massachusetts) introduced H.R. 2625, also known as the Bailout Prevention Act (BPA) of 2015 in response to the Fed’s perceived failure

June 04, 2015 Real Estate
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