Philadelphia vs Wells Fargo: Allegations of Discriminatory Lending Practices

Philadelphia sues Wells Fargo for discriminatory lending.

Over the last few years, Wells Fargo has faced some very difficult challenges—primarily of its own making; most prominently, Wells former CEO resigned after the company was accused by regulators of establishing over 3 million accounts for customers without their consent. Continue reading “Philadelphia vs Wells Fargo: Allegations of Discriminatory Lending Practices”

Shortage of Appraisers Adds To Housing Challenges

As anyone participating in the housing industry knows, there’s an inherent list of challenges that stand in the way of achieving success in the real estate market.

However, in recent years, yet another challenge has been added to the list of ‘speed bumps’ on the road to success in the housing sector: a shortage of skilled appraisers.

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Evaluating Valuations: The Growing Gap Between Homeowners & Appraisers

Home Value
It was not that many years ago when the overriding question pertaining to US home valuations was most often ‘how low would they go?’

During, and immediately after the Great Recession, millions of American homeowners found themselves helplessly watching as the value of their homes—in many cases, their greatest family asset—endured a seemingly endless decline in value.

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