A Decade After The Bubble Burst, House Flipping Is On The Rise

A Decade After The Bubble Burst, House Flipping Is On The Rise

A decade after the U.S. housing bubble burst, house flipping is on the rise again. Defined as reselling a house within a year of purchase, flipping is at an 11-year high in the United States and it’s the subject of dozens of TV shows and weekend workshops promising to teach real estate novices how to make a fortune.

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Trump rollback of banking regulation well underway

Trump rollback of banking regulation well underway

President Donald Trump's promised rollback of banking regulation is well underway, with vacancies at the top of key agencies and new legislation in the works.

Since the start of his presidency, Trump has decried the financial rules and regulations put in place to combat the excesses that led to the financial crisis through the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform legislation of 2010.

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Commercial, Multifamily Mortgage Debt Rises to $3.06 Trillion

Commercial, Multifamily Mortgage Debt Rises to $3.06 Trillion

Total commercial and multifamily mortgage debt outstanding rose to $3.06 trillion at the end of the second quarter of 2017, as three of the four major investor groups increased their holdings, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA)'s latest Commercial-multifamily Mortgage Debt Outstanding report. 

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Expert declares qualified end to water crisis in Flint

Expert declares qualified end to water crisis in Flint

Virginia Tech environmental engineering professor Marc Edwards said Friday Sept. 15, 2017 that after several rounds of testing, lead levels are back to normal, for a city with old lead pipes. He’s recommending the continued use of filters and cautions that residents lack confidence in a government they blame for the water problems.

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