The embattled servicing giant is paying to settle allegations by the state of California that it violated state and federal mortgage regulations
Looking for a home is one of the first priorities of veterans after coming back from deployment
Leading industry executives discuss what it takes to tap into the other 98% of the growing Baby Boomer market
Credit availability got tighter last month, according to the MBA -- but relief may be on the way
Sometimes knowledge holds us back, because we think we know more than we really do
The man behind many nonbank mortgage company investigations plans to leave the public sector
Borrowers cashed out about $8 billion in home equity in the third quarter -- but will the trend continue?
Although four states have okayed marijuana for recreational use -- and 23 for medical use -- the federal government still considers pot illegal. That may lead to problems down the line