Although the CFPB director hasn’t commented publicly on it, rumors have long swirled that he intends to run for governor of Ohio
The embattled servicer will pay a minimum of $49 million to settle allegations arising out of the same issue that netted it a $150 million fine in 2014
Early polls are in – and one party leader has effectively admitted defeat. The result will have real consequences for global financial markets
A mortgage servicing giant has agreed to pay millions to settle allegations that it falsely certified that it was in compliance with federal rules
A sitting U.S. congressman who was one of the architects of post-crisis mortgage relief has been found guilty on numerous charges involving bribery and the misappropriation of federal funds
Sales of previously owned homes climbed in May to their highest level in more than nine years
Lenders are planning greater investments into marketing and sales technology, according to a new study
A pair of economic advisors have laid the blame for the mortgage meltdown on the presidency of Bill Clinton. But how much – or how little – did the Clinton Administration contribute to the crisis?