6/25/2016 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From PR Newswire – High-Priced Title Insurance Cost New York State Real Estate Buyers $155.3 Million in Unnecessary Premiums and Fees in 2015, According to New Study

From National Mortgage News – Why TRID Makes It Harder for Brokers to Get Best Deal for Borrowers

From The Coin Telegraph – Sweden Tests Blockchain Smart Contracts for Land Registry

From Chicago Tribune – Cook County voters may get chance to consolidate clerk, recorder offices

From Gazette Xtra – Q&A: Rock County register of deeds

6/17/2016 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From JD Supra – CFPB Is Urged to Change How Title Insurance Premiums Are Disclosed Under the TRID Rule

From Business Standard – Title insurance to come to the aid of property buyers

From Business Times – Sweden tests blockchain technology for land registry

From Builder Online – Re/Max Reports 10.3% Jump in May Home Sales

From Housing Wire – Nevada Appeals Court tosses $107 million mortgage fraud penalty

6/6/2016 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From Morning Consult – Title Insurance Regulation Ripe for Reform

From National Mortgage News – Title Agents Press CFPB to Change Title Fee Disclosures

From CNBC – Technology is Changing the Role of the Real Estate Agent

From Los Angeles Times – A weird fraud case: Lender was accused of making good mortgages look bad

From Housing Wire – North Carolina attorney pleads guilty for $18M mortgage fraud scheme

5/30/2016 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From National Mortgage News – Post-TRID, More Homebuyers Reading Their Mortgage Disclosures

From The Real Deal – Bank of America escapes $1.3B mortgage fraud penalty

From Legal Reader – Real Estate Attorneys Entangled In Mortgage Fraud

From Pensions and Investments – Real estate firms see solid but not spectacular growth in year

From The San Diego Union Tribune – Wells Fargo offering 3% down mortgages

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