With 10,000 people a day turning 62, the market for reverse mortgages is always growing. But how does an originator reach out to the ever-growing population of eligible borrowers?
The Congressional Budget Office has released its cost estimates on a trio of bills intended to increase transparency and accountability at the CFPB. But is the proposed legislation enough to fix the agency?
A Michigan man has been sentenced to prison for defrauding Fannie Mae and National City Bank
The CFPB continues to come under fire for what is coming to seem more and more like a systemic culture of racial and gender discrimination
The Federal Housing Finance Agency is proposing new rules that would keep real estate investment trusts out of the Federal Home Loan Banks system
The FHFA has released proposed new goals for the mortgage finance firms as part of agency director Mel Watt’s initiative to increase access to housing
The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s sales of $15.8 billion in nonperforming loans will help stop foreclosures for about 6,400 homeowners
The reverse mortgage industry can be lucrative – but jumping in for the first time can be nerve-wracking. That’s why originators looking to get into the reverse space should work with a company that’s willing to take the time to work with t ...
After agreeing to pay nearly $17 billion to settle federal probes over its sale of mortgage bonds, Bank of America is trying to get out of a $1.27 billion penalty for defective loans sold by its Countrywide unit
It doesn't get much simpler than this: If you have no leads, you have no new customers. We talked with a lead gen expert about strategies for bringing new buyers to your door