Moody’s will pay hundreds of millions to settle allegations that it habitually inflated ratings of shoddy mortgage-backed securities during the run-up to the financial crisis
Wells Fargo’s fake accounts scandal is putting a damper on its mortgage referral business, according to CEO Tim Sloan
The Atlanta-based servicer is under fire again as a new regulator claims it can't rely on the information it's receiving from Ocwen.
P2P lending is often viewed in the mortgage industry as another competitor, but it could provide another financing resource to mortgage brokers.
The looming tax-foreclosure crisis in the state has led to lawmakers passing a law that better regulates foreclosure auctions.
You can't have your hand in every project, but there is a way in which you can participate without ever actually getting involved.
The FHFA issued a new rule that prohibits GSEs from redirecting the costs to mortgages originators and is accepting written comments on the regulation.
We asked three industry leaders if they thought that regulatory changes and public perception were endangering the mortgage brokering profession. Here’s what they had to say.