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38 Feature By David Wharton default servicing trusted reliable informed @ dsnews.com 10.2018 The fight against zombie properties requires finding the right tools and having a solid plan of attack. Here's how servicers, attorneys, and field services companies are striking back. 58 UNFORESEEN CONSEQUENCES A decade after the housing market's collapse, some impacts of the Dodd-Frank Act on the appraisal industry are only beginning to be felt … and not all of them were anticipated. 62 OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS Expanding your real estate broker business requires not only recognizing opportunity when it comes calling but also seeking it out in places and with strategies beyond just what has worked before. 66 BACK TO BASICS Under the direction of Acting Director Mick Mulvaney, the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection has embraced a new name and path that puts less emphasis on regulatory enforcement and more on education and innovation. MARCH 2016 In "e Castro Effect," DS News profiled then-HUD Secretary Julian Castro (2014-2017), who spoke about the importance of responsible homeownership, the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule, and his political aspirations. Castro went on to run for president during the 2020 election cycle. DECEMBER 2017 An important personal market for myself, this issue was the first I worked on after joining the Five Star Institute in the fall of 2017. e cover story examined concerns that the industry was headed for another housing bubble collapse like what had been seen a decade earlier. While that particular crisis never emerged, the industry was only a few years from the wholly unexpected surprise of a global pandemic. NOVEMBER 2016 In fall of 2016, DS News presented an exclusive interview with Timothy J. Sloan, then recently in- stalled as CEO of Wells Fargo. He would contin- ue to serve as CEO until his resignation in March 2019, on the heels of controversies surrounding Wells Fargo's well-publicized account fraud scandals. In January 2023, Wells Fargo announced it was "stepping back" from the multi-trillion dollar U.S. mortgage market amid regulatory pressure and the impact of higher interest rates. OCTOBER 2018 Still a personal favorite given this edi- tor-in-chief 's love for horror movies, in October 2018, we shared this evocative cover as we explored the challenges mortgage industry professionals face in managing and maintaining so-called "zombie properties." JUNE 2017 With our "Ted Talks" cover feature, DS News spoke with Ginnie Mae President and CEO Ted Tozer—a role Tozer held from 2010-2017. Our feature profiled Tozer's seven years on the job only a few months after he had stepped down from the position in January 2017. MAY 2020 In the early months of 2020, word began to spread of a new respiratory illness in China. Lit- tle did we suspect just how completely it would upend and redefine every aspect of our lives and culture in the months and years to come. With our May 2020 issue, we dug into how the early stages of the pandemic were impacting the mort- gage servicing world, with insights from execs representing BSI Financial, Mr. Cooper Group, Planet Home Lending, and others.

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