The administration has just outlined its tax plan – but what does it mean for mortgages?
The embattled mortgage servicer has filed emergency motions against two state regulators, even as more states pile on with injunctions against it
Inlanta Mortgage has tapped industry veteran Chad Gomoll as their new senior vice president of business development
Most renters won’t be buying yet says Freddie Mac poll… Mortgage applications for new homes up 8 per cent… Pending home sales show strength in the Bay State…
Amid the regulation changes that have occurred over the last year, greater constraints have been placed on time periods required prior to closing on a loan. In the wake of tightened industry standards, consistency is the key when seeking to close a compliant and successful loan
Economists surveyed by the Wall Street Journal said a Trump presidency could give the economy a boost – but worried his protectionist leaning might start an international trade war
Mary Jo White, the chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission, has announced that she will step down in January. White’s departure brings the commission, which is supposed to have five members, down to just two
Joe Caltabiano, one of the nation’s top originators, talks about what separates Guaranteed Rate from the pack