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APPRAISALS

"How to End Appraisal Pressure Once and for All" (Executive Suite), by Robert Murphy, May, p. 17.

"Thomas Inserra--CEO, Zaio Corporation, and Former Appraisal Regulator" (Newsmaker), by Charles Wisniowski, August, p. 20.

BUSINESS OUTLOOK

"Adjusting to New Realities," by Kenneth P. Riggs Jr., July, p. 36.

"Beyond the Froth" (Broker Business), by Howard Schneider, August, p. 111.

"Darkest Before the Dawn" (Executive Suite), by John M. Robbins, April, p. 17.

"Edward Padilla--Outgoing COMBOG Chairman," 2008 MBA CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention Show Guide, p. 8.

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"Fault Lines," by Charles Wisniowski, 2008 MBA Annual Convention Show Guide, p. 16.

"House Poor," by Jack Milligan, January, p. 32.

"Mark Fleming--Chief Economist, First American CoreLogic" (Newsmaker), by Charles Wisniowski, February, p. 19.

"Market Turbulence," by Charles Wisniowski, 2008 MBA CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention Show Guide, p. 14.

"The Mounting Toll," by Robert Stowe England, January, p. 38.

"No More Cloudy Days" (Executive Suite), by Pat Sheehy, September, p. 18.

"Reservations About the Economy," by John Bell, July, p. 48.

"Servicer-Led Solutions Provide Blueprint in Rebuilding U.S. Mortgage Market" (Executive Suite), by Michael J. Heid, October, p. 23.

"Steven Graves--Incoming COMBOG Chairman," 2008 MBA CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention Show Guide, p. 9.

"Timothy C. Dale--Incoming RESBOG Chairman," 2008 MBA Annual Convention Show Guide, p. 10.

"Tough Outlook for the Economy," by Doug Duncan and Orawin Velz, January, p. 24.

BUSINESS STRATEGIES

"The Asian-American Market," by Rick Grant, April, p. 68.

"Automated Risk Management Can Restore Investor Confidence" (Executive Essay), by Rebecca B. Walzak, April, p.97.

"Back to Basics" (Broker Business), by Howard Schneider, April, p. 103.

"The Billion-Dollar Opportunity," by Stephen Crawford, July, p. 72.

"Building a Bubble," by Robert Stowe England, November, p. 48.

"Decisioning the Right Way," by Gil Ronen, Jeffrey Adler and Chuck Pepe, February, p. 99.

"Doing the Right Thing" (Executive Suite), by Steve Smith, November, p. 18.

"Ellie Mae Sees Opportunities" (Broker Business), by Howard Schneider, December, p. 107.

"Encourage Innovation" (Letter to CIOs), by Phil Huff, December, p. 89.

"A Fight Every Day" (Broker Business), by Howard Schneider, September, p. 98.

"Finding Success Today" (Broker Business), by Howard Schneider, February, p. 117.

"Full Disclosure" (Executive Suite), by John M. Robbins, December, p. 19.

"Glimmers of Hope" (Broker Business), by Howard Schneider, March, p. 125.

"Got Mortgage?," by Neil Bartlett, April, p. 74.

"Looking for ROI in LOS" (The Pace of the Future), by Craig Hughes, December, p. 82.

"Maintaining a Vendor Relationship" (The Pace of the Future), by Debbie Shatz, February, p. 90.

"Mortgage BPO--Now's the Time," by Steve Arnold, December, p. 62.

"New Priorities," by Jeffrey Mouhalis, March, p. 72.

"A New Year; Old Challenges and New Solutions" (Executive Suite), by Steve Smith, March, p. 18.

"Our Mission: To Inspire, Educate and Enable" (Executive Suite), by Cara Heiden, June, p. 18.

"Putting Quality and Control Back in Quality Control" (The Pace of the Future), by Craig Hughes, May, p. 98.

"Stop Talking--Start Doing," by Patricia M. Sherlock, June, p. 74.

"Strategic Investing in Distressed Assets," by Xavier Gutierrez, July, p. 66.

"A Strategy for Long-Term Growth," by David Zugheri, October, p. 118.

"Surviving the Gates and Hazards Facing Vendors" (MORTECH Musings), by Jeff Lebowitz, February, p. …

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