The banking giant just keeps hemorrhaging money over the scandal
The MBA chairman-elect said the mortgage market is safer due to federal regulation, but some aspects of the Dodd-Frank Act have led to a decline in consumer confidence
The Democratic presidential nominee also condemned the bank’s use of arbitration clauses to prevent wronged customers from suing
While the housing market might be experiencing a rebound, a number of deals are being held up by the growing shortage of real estate appraisers
Feds describe the business as an “incubator of mortgage fraud"
In a worrying Notice earlier this year, a number of Federal agencies invited comment on their proposals to introduce new rules for incentive based compensation – but do they actually have the power to do so?
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For some reason some customers are still wary of reverse mortgages – but a leading academic has come up with a novel – (and easy) idea of how to fix the problem