Game Change

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social life Staying Social Social media has profoundly changed the way most of us consume information—mortgage industry professionals included. Here at MReport, we strive to be more than just a source of information; we aim to amplify. Each week we listen to our fans and followers as they send us feedback via the social web. We then take that information and display it in our magazine for all of our readers to see. What do you want to say? You share; we'll listen. @auction: "And we're honored! @ TheMReportNews Receives Business Awards for Consumer Platform." @bankrate: "@TheMReportNews While mortgage rates eased, they're still a far cry from where they were just two months ago." @DiamondRealtyCO: "@TheMReportNews Asking Prices Up 10.7% in June :) #Inventory in #Denver is finally on the rise!" TRENDING The Story: Americans Report More Financial Troubles The Story: Agencies Propose More Exemptions for Appraisal Rules The Story: Underwater Loans Down by Half in First Quarter The Story: Mortgage Rates Resume Climb Following Jobs Report The Scoop: Americans The Scoop: Six financial The Scoop: The number of The Scoop: Mortgage rates polled by Consumer Reports indicated they are facing significantly more financial troubles than in June, according to the group's latest index. regulatory agencies issued a proposed rule to exempt a subset of higher-priced mortgage loans from certain appraisal requirements. underwater borrowers dropped by nearly half from Q1 2012 to Q1 2013, Lender Processing Services (LPS) reported in its May Mortgage Monitor. continued to trend higher this week following last week's release of the June employment report. The M Report | 13

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