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2013 home sales best since 2006
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2013 home sales best since 2006 In Michigan, sales were up 1.5 percent to $126,977, according to the Michigan Association of Realtors. The average sales price rose 12.8 percent to $124,716. The state Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of Realtors, expects

Roy Sexton's REEL ROY REVIEWS to be Released 2/28
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from the University of Michigan. He is a graduate of Leadership Detroit, is a governor-appointed member of the Michigan Council of Labor and Economic Growth and was appointed to the Michigan Mortgage Lenders Association Board of Governors in 2012.

State Updates; Storm May Lead to a Quiet Market; Hiring of and...
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For more information on Michigan's consumer protection laws check out its FAQ. Massachusetts is now requiring state-licensed brokers and The Community Home Lenders Association (CHLA) recently marked its one year anniversary. CHLA is composed of

Foreclosure Activity Showing Significant Declines in November
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Delinquency data is extrapolated from data received by the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) for the third quarter of 2013. "As we approach the seven million mark for completed loan modifications, we remain convinced that the collaborative efforts of

Protesting Mortgage Bankers Association Meeting, October 10th, 2011, Hyatt Regency Chicago

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Experience Detroit's revitalization with Quicken Loans at NABJ convention

The conversation will be moderated by James Chapman, director of entrepreneurship at Quicken Loans Community Fund. Lunch will be served.

Fireside chat: entrepreneurship, tech, and disruptive spaces

On Wednesday, Dan Gilbert, an NABJ18 host committee member and owner of Quicken Loans, will have a fireside chat with former NFL linebacker Dhani Jones about rebuilding the city's downtown and their respective interests in technology. Jones, who was a three-time All Big Ten honoree when he played for the University of Michigan, is currently an investor of CNBC's "Adventure Capitalist" and the chairman of Qey Capital Partners. Jones is particularly interested in creating opportunities for businesses run by people of color.

National Association of Black Journalists Day of Entrepreneurial Service 

The NABJ conference will host of day of service, where some of the organization’s top journalists and public relations professionals will offer guidance to small businesses and nonprofit groups on how to brand themselves, handle social media and conduct press interviews. The event will open with a panel discussion about what makes a successful relationship with the media, followed by short sessions on branding and social media – and how to successfully get your story in the news.

Mortgage association president apologizes to Quicken Loans

The president of the Michigan Mortgage Lenders Association issued an apology to Quicken Loans on Wednesday after making "regrettable comments" about the company to Michigan Public Radio.

The 450-word apology letter from Jim Wickham addresses comments he made in a Feb. 15 story titled "Data analysis: 'Modern-day redlining' happening in Detroit and Lansing."

"In this instance, I failed a long-standing and highly valued member of the MMLA," he said in the letter, referencing the Detroit-based mortgage lender, which is an MMLA Platinum Corporate Partner. "This was an enormous mistake and I want to offer my most sincere apologies to Quicken Loans and its team members who have worked tirelessly to both transform the mortgage process and revitalize the city of Detroit."

Quicken Loans spokespeople did not provide comment Wednesday evening.

The MPR article focuses on the issue of redlining — the practice of denying loans to those deemed to be financial risks.