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
Hillary Clinton has promised to thwart Republican attempts to repeal or weaken Dodd-Frank. But will a government watchdog’s new revelations about her State Department emails hurt her presidential hopes?
Mortgage debt is up, but delinquencies are continuing to drop, according to new data from the New York Fed
‘Nonprime is setting records every month,’ says Angle Oak, citing pent up demand
New hires will support the growth of the mortgage lender’s third-party channel
New home sales reach pre-recession high… Low inventory is having a sharper effect than expected… Sales may slow following strong April says Barclays…
A new bill would give the CFPB increased authority over credit reporting agencies and allow some borrowers to purge adverse mortgage loan information from their credit reports