Serious mortgage defects have been on the rise ever since the implementation of TRID in October 2015. Now, finally, they’re on the decline again
Democratic lawmakers have been harshly critical of the nomination of Dr. Ben Carson to head up HUD, citing the retired neurosurgeon’s lack of expertise. But housing industry leaders are taking a more hopeful view
The other shoe from the housing crash is starting to drop with delinquency rates on a key mortgage product now starting to rise.
One former Superbowl champion-turned-mortgage professional has grown his business exponentially – following a trend seen by other industry players.
To be named as a top workplace is an achievement – to receive the accolade for a third year is evidence that one mortgage company is doing it right.
Housing starts dropped sharply in May but permits hit 8 year high... Commercial, multi-family mortgage debt still rising... New May record for home sales in Southern Georgia...
Another chapter of the reverse mortgages saga has been added, with one state legislature passing a bill designed to protect seniors with a “cooling-off period.”
The Department of Housing and Urban Development cleared up what had been a perplexing issue for homeowners, lenders and counselors for years.