The mortgage servicing giant says it will ‘vigorously defend’ against what it calls ‘unfair and unjust’ enforcement actions
A recent study found that the mortgage process consumes paper equivalent to 264,000 trees each year
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?