The CFPB’s enforcement actions decreased dramatically in the second quarter. Is the agency exercising caution – or preparing for a busy second half?
The U.S. housing market “remains red hot and shows no signs of slowing”
Bank of America has settled a lawsuit with one state for allegedly violating its foreclosure laws after it had already settled with the federal government.
One lender is poised to expand in key market states this year, taking advantage of the popularity of Jumbo loans among consumers.
Foreclosure inventory has dropped to its lowest level since 2007 – but some regions are bucking that trend.
Mass. realtors set for active summer… Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lawrence opt for experienced realtor… Don’t believe the spin – renters pay at least 10 per cent for laundry…
One big bank’s mortgage revenue didn’t quite meet expectations this past quarter, suggesting smaller lenders are likely making inroads in winning that valuable business off the larger players.
A growing chorus of voices is calling for further delay in implementing TRID, but will the CFPB listen?