Inside the latest issue: What HUD is saying about a possible FHA bailout, and much more…

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  • Eminent Domain Mortgages Return
  • Apartment Construction Boosts Surge
  • Foreclosure Probe Criticism Escalates
  • Increasing Demand Escalates Lumber Prices
  • DeMarco Solidifies FHFA Hold For Now

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