More than 20 organizations representing thousands of banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions have petitioned Congress
The federal mortgage authority sold a tranche of more than 1,200 seasoned geographically diverse loans
What separates those who succeed from those who fail? In the competitive business environment in which we work, there may, in many ways, be no more important question.
The CFPB has slapped a lender with a $250,000 fine for deceptive advertising practices
The head of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee is pushing federal officials to uncloak documents surrounding a 2012 decision to divert all of the mortgage finance giants’ earnings to the Treasury.
Home buying makes financial sense but renters struggle to make the move… Paramount CEO sells hotel home for $22.5 million… Lawyer advises homebuyers to arrange title insurance…
Lack of information and confusion surrounding the new TRID forms are all among the housing industry’s biggest critiques of the regulator’s new “Your Home Loan Toolkit.”
Recently, FICO announced a new score system that is designed for those that are “unscoreable," but what is the likelihood banks will overhaul FICO's traditional scoring models for a new one?