Judicial-Non Judicial, 2 Kyle Bass Videos, Danger Will Robinson, FHA Watch, MBA SF Reform, BofA DQs, Housing CPI, Homebuilder Blues, Housing Inventory Declines , Housing Update, 7.12% US DQs, D.C. Update


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(judicial – nonjudicial) The Foreclosure Crisis Isn’t Over Just Yet – Morgan Brennan, Forbes  
2 Kyle Bass videos:

(video and transcript) Kyle Bass on the End of the Debt Supercycle and a Coming Massive Devaluation of the Yen; Most Difficult Time to Invest; The Belief Bubble – Mike Shedlock –
MISH’S Global Economic Trend Analysis

An Hour In The Company Of Kyle Bass – Submitted by Tyler Durden – Zero Hedge

(danger Will Robinson!) US corporate credit market looking extraordinarily rich – 3 chartsSober Look Blog 
(5 articles) FHA Watch, December 2012 – Edward J. PintoAmerican Enterprise Institute 
(details) MBA assembles task force to revisit single-family GSE reform – By Christina Mlynski – Housingwire 
Bank of America Delinquent Loans Mean Losses: Mortgages – By Prashant Gopal & Hugh Son – Bank of America Corp. has amassed $64 billion of mortgages that are at least six months delinquent and have yet to enter foreclosure, more than twice the amount held by its four largest competitors combined. – Bloomberg 
(pretty technical) The Housing CPI Will Likely Continue Falling For The Rest Of The Decade – Ivan Kitov – Seeking Alpha 
(4 charts, upward spikes) Homebuilder Blues: NAHB/Wells Fargo Home Builder Ratings December 2012Paper Economy – A US Real Estate Bubble Blog 
Report: Housing Inventory declines 17% year-over-year in November – by Bill McBride – From Realtor.com: November 2012 Real Estate Data – Flat list prices—a leading indicator of future house price trends—most likely signal a slowdown in the recent rate of house price appreciation. At the same time, historically low inventories suggest that significant price concessions on the part of home sellers may be coming to an end. … – moreCalculated Risk 
(2 charts) Housing Update: More Evidence Of A Rebound –  Existing home sales are up 24% since July 2011, and from the recession low have risen almost 34%. If this isn’t a genuine housing recovery, I don’t know what is – Seeking Alpha

LPS: 7.12% of U.S. loans are delinquent – By Kerri Ann Panchuk – Housingwire

(lots of great D.C. stuff here) Nominee Process a Real Corker – by Mark Fogarty and Brian CollinsNational Mortgage News 

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