Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: One year later, Arizona Realtor still missing

Welcome to the first day of summer! Things are on rise this week, with both cyber breaches and rents reporting just how much they’ve each grown. On the opposite side, San Francisco housing finally isn’t rising. And now one year after his bother went missing, Chris Cranston recounts the case to The Huffington Post’s Senior Crime Reporter.
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[Factsheet] The difference between military and non-military homebuyers and sellers

Serving in the military dictates many home buying and selling decisions for active-duty members, and continues to have residual effects — both positive and negative — for veterans. This week’s HousingWire factsheet uses data from the National Association of Realtors’ latest profile of homebuyers and Sellers to show just how different their housing decisions are.
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National Association of Realtors declares support for alternative credit scoring

The National Association of Realtors sent a letter to two members of Congress this week, declaring the organization’s support of alternative credit-scoring models that could be used to open the credit box to previously underserved borrowers. Here’s why NAR thinks alternative credit scoring is so important.
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