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INDUSTRY NEWS
I've been in lending and banking for more than 20 years, and bought my first home almost that long ago. So when the Investopedia crew asked me to explore what home buying, improving and selling looks like in the next 20 years, I jumped at the chance. 

This regular publication from DLA Piper focuses on helping banking and financial services clients navigate the ever-changing federal regulatory landscape.

The creation of Vermont, like so many things in history, was the result of a land dispute. 

Foreclosure / Bankruptcy / Surrender: borrower cannot challenge judgment of foreclosure entered upon judicial notice of his statement of intention to surrender the property and order of discharge entered in his bankruptcy case - Lewis v. Innova Inv. Grp., LLC, No. 2D18-2116 (Fla. 2d DCA Oct. 2, 2019) (affirmed; appeal dismissed)

The pair announced on Monday the results of their third quarterly @Work Survey, a poll of more than 8,000 professionals that measures how Americans workers feel about their jobs. 

LEGAL NEWS
The family that owns hardware chain Brinkmann’s Hardware said it is considering suing Southold Town over the town’s attempt to seize property the family owns via eminent domain.

Mechanic’s lien claims are complex in that each state’s statutes differ dramatically. There are certain unique issues when a contractor seeks to commence a mechanic’s lien proceeding for improvements made to a condominium.

TECHNOLOGY & SOCIAL MEDIA
Over the past three years, the "business email compromise" has become one of the most common, vexing, and financially injurious forms of cybercrime. 

It's hard even for you to remember your password, so you must have a good one – right? 

WORLD NEWS
A developer who got his hands on a house for absolutely nothing in a bizarre squatter’s rights case is now set to pocket more than $1 million.

A well-respected Yukoner with unquestionable credentials says there is a very serious matter that needs to be addressed regarding the ownership of waterfront property.

Homebuyers generally look at all angles to avoid any kind of fraud while buying their dream property. However, it has been found that fraudsters are also vigilant about the points that a homebuyer looks at while buying a residential property. 

TITLE AGENCY & PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
I’d met many professionals at various title insurance companies over the years, so I expected the conversation to be relatively formulaic.

You can choose your friends and your employees, but you can’t choose your family. Yet often the best employees you can choose are family.

Title Agents Go Nationwide
For agents interested in growing their businesses by expanding into multiple states, we’re here to make the process simple and profitable. We offer you one point of contact to streamline your options and solutions...

OTHER TRENDING NEWS
One Laveta Place, in the charming hamlet of Nyack, New York, lies on the Hudson River, about an hour north of New York City. It’s a beautiful old Victorian, built in 1890, its sprawling 4,600 square feet complete with five bedrooms and five bathrooms.

Terrible real estate agent photographs.

Marianne Mathieu, NTP
Vice President/National Agency Accounts
Fidelity National Title Group
(347) 987-0677