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November 17th, 2009

We Apologize for Our Technical Difficulties

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We apologize for we understand that there was a technical difficulty that prevented this week’s stories from appearing on the blog.

Here are the links to this week’s stories (so far) so you can get caught up. Again, we apologize for the inconvenience.

Tuesday:

Giving ‘Deed for Lease’ A Second Look“: We examine a post from Chris Thorman of www.SoftwareAdvice.com. Chris breaks down Fannie’s new Deed for Lease program in easy-to-understand language.

Throwing Money At Those Who Don’t Deserve It?“: $33 billion in tax breaks for home builders…do they even need it?

Monday:

“Study: Servicer-Customer Communication is Key“: Huh, would you look at that…it turns out that happy customers are the result of good customer service.

Rates Fall for Those Who Qualify“: The last issue of HSH’s Market Trends Newsletter, “Rates Ease Back Slightly,” compares the current market to “a group of penniless children staring in the candy-store window: You can look, but you can’t buy.”

Again, we apologize for any inconvenience.

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