The mortgage servicing giant says it will ‘vigorously defend’ against what it calls ‘unfair and unjust’ enforcement actions
A recent study found that the mortgage process consumes paper equivalent to 264,000 trees each year
Altisource has let go hundreds of its employees due to shrinking revenue at its biggest client.
Following a year including record profits, a major data breach and massive legal expenses, the CEO of America’s largest bank is slated to receive a pay package for 2014 similar to the previous year.
The case on whether disparate impact claims may be brought under the Fair Housing Act sparked laughter in America’s highest court.
With the prospect of rising interest rates likely to dominate market interest this year, the most pertinent questions regarding U.S. housing will be, 'How fast and how high?'
Are you living in an upcoming city? Here's a look at neighborhoods slated to see high home buying demand in 2015.
In an effort to repair its reputation, Ocwen has appointed a pastor and a charity executive to its board. Also, billionaire William Erbey is getting a cushy severance after he stepped down as executive chairman of the troubled company.