Regulation & Policy

Fannie, Freddie to Lower Fees for Some Borrowers
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Fannie, Freddie to Lower Fees for Some Borrowers

Wall Street Journal staffer Joe Light reports that the Federal Housing Finance... Read more

NAHB Leaders to Congress: Open the Box
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NAHB Leaders to Congress: Open the Box

Per a press statement from the National Association of Home Builders, the NAHB "... Read more

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EPA Ups its Ante on Climate Change BattleEPA Ups its Ante on Climate Change Battle

New York Times staffer Coral Davenport reports on the machinations--legal, political, and economic--around the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed rules to curb planet-warming carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants as part of the clean-air act. Read more

Code Rage? Tax Filers' Biggest Loopholes
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Code Rage? Tax Filers' Biggest Loopholes

Pew Research tallies up a dashboard on the hundreds of exemptions, deductions and... Read more

Mortgage Choice Act of 2015 Wins House Vote
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Mortgage Choice Act of 2015 Wins House Vote

HousingWire staffer Trey Garrison reports that a bill to reform mortgage industry... Read more

Tax Refunds For Fewer Filers This Year
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Tax Refunds For Fewer Filers This Year

MarketWatch staffer Robert Schroeder reports on IRS data that the number of... Read more

NAHB Backs a House Bill it Says Curbs 'EPA Overreach' on Clean Water
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NAHB Backs a House Bill it Says Curbs 'EPA Overreach' on Clean...

Per a National Association of Home Builders press statement, the NAHB "applauded... Read more

Colorado Construction Defects Reform Bill Passes State Senate
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Colorado Construction Defects Reform Bill Passes State Senate

Denver Business Journal staffer Ed Sealover reports that Senate Bill 177, a... Read more

 The Top 10 Highest and 10 Lowest Property Taxes by County
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The Top 10 Highest and 10 Lowest Property Taxes by County

Zillow market trends analyst Melissa Allison notes that the median property tax... Read more

There May be Drought, but O.C. is Still Filling Up With New Swimming Pools
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There May be Drought, but O.C. is Still Filling Up With New...

Even as the state and water agencies work to cut water use in Orange County as... Read more

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