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New data from the American Housing Survey show that just over 1 in 10 homeowners have flood insurance nationally.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency recently published data on manufactured home prices for the first time.
25 million Americans have no credit profile, and another 28 million lack sufficient information to generate a reliable credit score
Demand on the American rental market has grown since the Great Recession and mortgage crisis.
Successful mortgage servicing depends on smooth communication between mortgage servicers and borrowers.
Since entering conservatorship, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have not been subject to regulations on how much capital they must maintain.
Traditional mortgage denial metrics don’t control for the creditworthiness of applicants.
Three data tools provide a glimpse into how the mortgage market has evolved since the 2008 housing crisis.
A new Urban Institute report finds that many landlords routinely reject voucher holders before meeting them.
Compared with repeat buyers, first-timers have dominated the mortgage market for the past 10 years.

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