Mortgage servicer to be taken to task over 'abuses'
Mortgage investors appear set to take Ocwen to task on what they've branded "servicing abuses"
Fannie and Freddie fate could be known within days
The bill deciding the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is due within days, and has been hailed as a bipartisan agreement
2013's biggest originator more than doubles its competitors
The nation's largest mortgage lender last year beat its nearest competitor handily, originating more than twice as much new business
Servicers complete 768,000 loan mods in 2013
Mortgage servicers delivered loan modifications to around 768,000 homeowners last year, new data indicates
CFPB takes lender to task over 'illegal kickback scheme'
The CFPB has taken action against a mortgage lender it has accused of an illegal kickback scheme
Major lender to slash 600 jobs
A major lender will slash 600 jobs in a bid to reduce costs
Watt to signal FHFA strategy shift: Analysts
As Mel Watt prepares to be sworn in as FHFA head, industry pundits have predicted his tenure will mark a shift in strategy toward wider credit access
CFPB looks to ease mortgage closing 'pain points'
The CFPB is polling opinion on consumer "pain points" in the mortgage closing process
Home prices see biggest gain in eight years, but boom abating
Home prices have posted their highest gain in nearly eight years, new figures have indicated, but the boom may have run its course
Congress allows mortgage tax break to expire
Despite bipartisan support, a tax break for struggling homeowners has been allowed to expire