Home / Daily Dose / DS5: Preparing Homeowners for the End of Forbearance Related Articles Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago October 7, 2020 1,368 Views Print This Post Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago 2020-10-07 Christina Hughes Babb in Daily Dose, Featured, Media, News, Webcasts Christina Hughes Babb is a reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Southern Methodist University, she has been a reporter, editor, and publisher in the Dallas area for more than 15 years. During her 10 years at Advocate Media and Dallas Magazine, she published thousands of articles covering local politics, real estate, development, crime, the arts, entertainment, and human interest, among other topics. She has won two national Mayborn School of Journalism Ten Spurs awards for nonfiction, and has penned pieces for Texas Monthly, Salon.com, Dallas Observer, Edible, and the Dallas Morning News, among others. About Author: Christina Hughes Babb Sign up for DS News Daily Previous: Freddie Mac Update: A Look at Non-Performing Loans Next: HUD Awards $4 Million for Disabled Veterans’ Residences Subscribe Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Share Save The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago DS5: Preparing Homeowners for the End of Forbearance Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago This week’s DS5 installment features Steve Bailey, Senior Managing Director and Chief Mortgage Operations Officer for PennyMac Financial Services. He discusses how the industry is preparing for homeowners to begin coming out of forbearance, as well as what other top challenges he anticipates for next year.Baily says that communication and attention to nuance are going to be key components of successfully shepherding borrowers out of forbearance.”In order to have the right answers for your homeowners, you have to be connected,” he said. “You do everything you can do—email, text, messages on your website, standard letter—making sure people understand to deliberately ask for more time if they need it.”Hear Bailey’s suggestions in full, plus a summary of last week’s news, here: Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago
Corpus Christi College’s decision to allow filming to take place on Tuesday angered some students who are immersed in Finals revision.All College members received emails on the 16th and 21st of May from College Librarian, Joanna Snelling, warning them of the distractions. The email read, “There will be some filming in College next Monday and Tuesday, and the Library will feature heavily on Tuesday morning.“Between 8 and 9 am we will be setting up equipment and so it might not be possible to enter or leave the Library during this time (those of you already in the Library are welcome to stay, but please note that there is likely to be some noise).”The film is thought to be part of a fundraising campaign being run by the college, who hope to extend the college library in the near future.One anonymous student was enraged by the filming, and told Cherwell, “This is yet another example of the college prostituting itself to the highest bidder.”However, the College’s decision to allow the filming did not bother some students. One student told Cherwell, “As far as I am concerned, Corpus did nothing wrong here – they gave warning weeks ahead that it would be going on, it lasted for a single morning, and over half of the library was free from disturbance.”Jack Evans, a finalist, was similarly unconcerned. He said, “I picked up my books, walked ten metres to my room, and continued my work.”Gareth Langley, a Chemistry finalist, said, “The filming was a minor inconvenience, but the real story this week was Corpus Cricket Club’s first win in three years.”Corpus Christi College were unavailable for comment when contacted by Cherwell.
Hands, aged 52, of Cauldwell Lane, Bitteswell, Lutterworth, was taken to court to answer a charge under section 110 (2) (b) of the Environment Act 1995 that: between 19 July 2018 and 20 October 2018 without reasonable excuse you did fail to provide facilities or assistance or any information or to permit any inspection reasonably required by an authorised person in the execution of his powers or duties under by or virtue of section 108 of the Environment Act 1995.Hands entered a guilty plea at an early opportunity and apologised for the offending.Phil Henderson, Environment Agency crime team leader, said: Craig Hands, a director of Warwickshire Wood Chip Ltd, was identified as a waste broker during an investigation across the south east into illegal waste activities.He was legally required to supply information requested by an investigating officer but repeatedly failed to do so, holding up investigations.At Peterborough Magistrates’ Court on 22 January 2019, Hands, who pleaded guilty, was fined £1,500 and was ordered to pay £2,710 costs and £120 victim’s surcharge.Wendy Foster, prosecuting for the Environment Agency, said that an investigating officer was authorised to exercise powers under section 108(4)(k) of the Environment Act to look at documents/records that were relevant to an investigation and warned of the offence of obstruction.“From the beginning of July 2018 to the present date, various reasons have been put forward to explain why documents have not been provided,” she told the court. “No documents have ever been received.”Magistrates told the court: We consider this matter as serious. The Environment Agency does a very good job and they need our full support. This case goes to show that you cannot ignore the law and the people whose job it is to enforce it. We will take action when people deliberately hold up our investigations and others should take note of this.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. highlights Baku: Dipa Karmakar’s hope of qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics suffered a jolt after she aggravated her knee injury during the vault final at the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup, forcing her to withdrew from next week’s Doha World Cup. The 25-year-old from Tripura had performed a higher-difficulty Handfront 540 vault , scoring 14.466 and 14.133 points in the two qualifying round for an average of 14.299 to qualify for the vault final at the third position. But she was left crestfallen after aggravating a knee injury while landing during the first vault final. “She had some problems in her knee before today’s final. She was feeling some pain yesterday but felt better after working with physio. She attempted the vault finals today but fell on her first vault, aggravating the injury due to undesired landing,” Gymnastic Federation of India (GFI) vice president Riyaz Bhati told PTI. “She did not attempt the second vault due to the injury and finished her campaign at the Baku World Cup. She will now skip the World Cup in Doha and come back to India for rehabilitation and aim for Asian and World Championships this year.”RELATED The two World Cups are part of an eight-event qualifying system for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, under which the gymnasts will make the cut based on their top three scores. The Asian Championship is scheduled to be held at Mongolia from June 13-16, while the World Championship is slated from October 4-13 at Germany later this year. “Dipa can still qualify by doing well at World Championship this year,” Bhati said. Dipa had claimed the bronze at the vault event of the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup in Cottbus, Germany, in November last year to fuel her Olympic dream. It was her first appearance after recovering from a knee strain, which had forced her to miss the vault final in the Jakarta Asian Games. Dipa has been troubled by her knee ever since she finished fourth at the 2016 Olympics. She had almost two years of injury lay-off after the Rio Games. She had an Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) surgery in Mumbai and had to skip the Asian Championships at Thailand in May last year. However, returning to action in July, Dipa created history by becoming the first Indian gymnast to clinch a gold at a global event when she emerged triumphant at the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup at Mersin, Turkey. Dipa had claimed the bronze at the vault event of the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup in Cottbus.Dipa had ACL surgery in Mumbai and had to skip the Asian Championships in Thailand.Dipa won the gold medal at the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup at Mersin.