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LPS continues to provide mortgage data and process loan documents for. the merger agreement and that the transaction was expected to close “at or around the end of 2013.” Daniel K. Murphy, Fidelity.
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U.S. home prices were turbulent through 2010 ending up 4.1% lower than the year before, according to analytics firm Clear Capital. And prices are expected to fall another 3.6% over 2011. The homebuyer tax credit proved an artificial boost to home prices, which tapered off nearly as soon as it expired in April.