The nation’s largest mortgage lender has announced it will close more than 400 branches in the next two years as its bottom line suffers in the wake of the fake-accounts scandal
Rise in mortgage expectations weakened home purchase sentiment
Distressed home sales are accounting for less and less of total sales – but they’re still far more common than they were before the housing meltdown.
Try before you buy as realtor.com teams with Airbnb… San Francisco study reveals issue for rentals…Stark (naked) warning to mortgage professionals… Van Damme lists Calif. home for $9.9 million…
The chair of the Federal Reserve says that interest rates will almost certainly rise before the year is out
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times; originators will surely benefit from an uptick in jumbo loans, but at what cost?
121 victims in one major market, who were preyed upon by schemers offering foreclosure avoidance, have finally been vindicated.
The mortgage game can be a complex arena fraught with difficulties; and the number one hurdle most people have trouble clearing is an all-too-common one: credit, or a lack thereof.