One of the world’s biggest real estate companies is entering the mortgage space, it announced today
With home prices nipping at the heels of records set in 2006, the total value of American homes is now greater than the value of all stocks and mutual funds on the stock market
You might think it's common sense – lenders operating mainly in middle class and affluent areas. The CFPB doesn’t think so, and neither does the New York Times
Individuals who took advantage of down-and-out homeowners continue to receive comeuppance
The country's largest banks would face a $120 billion shortfall of long-term debt under a new Federal Reserve proposal
It’s back on the table, and industry professionals are weighing in on how the move will affect originator business – and if it will happen at all
Fluctuating real estate markets can be scary enough for professionals and buyers alike, but this list features a whole other take on frightening real estate
“Consumers are screaming for simplicity and clarity”, stresses the managing director of Home Point Financial. So what’s he doing about it?