The credit reporting agency sold scores it said were considered by lenders. Not so much, says the CFPB
A German bank alleges that the New York financial institution was negligent in its role as trustee for soured mortgage bonds
Share of low down payment mortgages hits 11-year low...Mortgage rates break their decline streak
The Federal Housing Authority has had a ruling in effect for a number of years that it is considering changing. As industry leaders, we need to take action and seize this opportunity. The results could be a big difference for the industry—and for the economy.
Feeling burned out? Here are six ideas to successfully light that spark once more.
Daily Market Update: Filming is underway for a new movie based on Michael Lewis’ best-selling novel about the mortgage crisis... Super rich love U.S. property… Lack of supply makes buyers impulsive…Rosie O’Donnell lists Florida property in her real estate sell-off…
New legislation slated to be reintroduced this year would require lenders to maintain vacant properties while they are in foreclosure, or allow the troubled borrowers to stay in the house until ordered out by a judge.
U.S. regulators have squeezed out a lot of cash from the country's largest mortgage lenders since the financial crisis, but who is receiving that money? According to some lawmakers, it is going unfairly to liberal housing and activist groups.