The close relationship between the mortgage services firm and Ocwen has long been a source of regulatory scrutiny
The governor of Maine has proposed legislation that could bring elderly residents foreclosure relief through reverse mortgages
U.S. President Barack Obama made a surprise concession last night in a speech to mortgage originators and revealed the regulatory organization he created has gone too far.
A wealth gap calculator shows users where their salary ranks compared to American millennials and the results are staggering.
The vast majority of American homeowners have little to fear as new analysis from Nationwide suggests the housing market hasn't looked this good since before the housing bubble.
With the recent fall of interest rates, an influx of new originations have hit in the market. For many organizations, the surge was overwhelming and issued challenges to many service level agreements--especially in regards to underwriting turn times.
In a letter to U.S. President Barack Obama, the association urged him to update his speech material to reflect the current realities of the mortgage business, particularly with individual mortgage professionals and the role of the CFPB.
Lagging court cases and the constant changes to mortgage modification programs may be the reason as to why many troubled home owners could skirt the law and keep their homes without ever having to pay another dime.