David Stevens, Home Price Rise, National MI Company, FL and FCs, Housing Odd Couple, D&P Talk, 2 Legal Links, 2 on Robo, Housing Stall?, AIG’s MBS Fraud Claims?, Analyst Presentation, Big Win Small Lose, Unpopular Arms

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(Dave Stevens wants a White house traffic cop) A Dodd-Frank Tidal Wave - Brian Collins - The mortgage industry is facing a “regulatory tidal wave,” according to the Mortgage Bankers Association, as regulators are finally issuing the new rules mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010. – National Mortgage News
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CHART OF THE DAY: Why The Price Of Your Home Will Keep Going Up
Joe Weisenthal – Business Insider
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National Mortgage Insurance Corp. gains GSE approval – … (“National MI”), a new private mortgage (charts and text) Pent-up demand for new homes is boosting construction, but another market will see growth as well – Sober Look Blog
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National Mortgage Insurance Corp. gains GSE approval - National Mortgage Insurance Corporation (“National MI”), a new private insurer, has been approved as an eligible mortgage insurer by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, subject to maintaining certain conditions. – Housingwire

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(FL) 2012 Saw A NEW Worst State For Foreclosures – Mamta Badkar – Business Insider

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’Odd Couple’ in U.S. House to Tackle Mortgage Finance – By Cheyenne Hopkins – He calls the law tightening oversight of Wall Street among the most “harmful our capital markets have seen.” She has compared bankers to gangsters. The will of the new Congress to begin rebuilding the U.S. mortgage finance system rests largely in the hands of Representatives Jeb Hensarling, a Texas Republican, and Maxine Waters, a California Democrat, known as partisan fighters from opposite ends of the ideological spectrum – Bloomberg 
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GUEST POST HOW OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES CAN AVOID PERSONAL LIABILITY IN THE POST-DODD-FRANK MARKET - D&O Diary
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(has 2 links) CFPB issues final mortgage escrow account and high-cost loan rules – For more information, see our legal alert on the final escrow account rule and our legal alert on the final high-cost home loan rule. – By Richard J. Andreano, Jr. – CFPB Monitor

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(‘street’ robo settlement?) Federal Reserve Board reaches agreements in principle with Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to provide $557 million in payments and other mortgage assistance to borrowersFRB Press release
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(robo) $8.5B settlement with loan servicers opens a big can of worms – Daren Blomquist – Commentary: Foreclosure reviews were flawed, but settlement only raises more questionsINMAN NEWS – hattip Peter Miller 
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The housing recovery may stall in 2013OC Housing News
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Who owns AIG’s MBS fraud claims? Billions ride on the answerAllison Frankel’s On The Case

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(housing mentioned) Portfolio Manager Creates Dazzlingly Deep Presentation On What’s Really Going On With The US Economy – Joe Weisenthal and Lucas Kawa    – We’ve seen a lot of analysts and economists present their guide to the economy and markets and 2013. But this is the best. – Business Insider

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(big banks win, small lose, also QM and QRM) Did The Dodd-Frank Act Fail? - by Alex J. Pollock –  …  Robert G. Wilmers, the CEO of M&T Bank, is quoted as saying that the paperwork of Dodd-Frank had required 18 full-time employees – that is, before implementation of many other regulations now in some stage of development, including whatever the CFPB mandates, and before the arrival of the complicated new risk-based capital requirements. Compare this to the total staff of the median bank: 37 employees. … – MortgageOrb

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(was 10% in 2012) Freddie Mac Says Hybrid ARMs most Popular of an Unpopular Product – BY JANN SWANSON – Mortgage News Daily

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