Serious mortgage defects have been on the rise ever since the implementation of TRID in October 2015. Now, finally, they’re on the decline again
Democratic lawmakers have been harshly critical of the nomination of Dr. Ben Carson to head up HUD, citing the retired neurosurgeon’s lack of expertise. But housing industry leaders are taking a more hopeful view
If you make the wrong decision, it's your client who has to deal with the outcome. Your job is to educate
The economy will soon be driven by a new generation, and what worked in the past may not work in the future
The reverse mortgage industry can be lucrative – but jumping in for the first time can be nerve-wracking. That’s why originators looking to get into the reverse space should work with a company that’s willing to take the time to work with them as they learn
After agreeing to pay nearly $17 billion to settle federal probes over its sale of mortgage bonds, Bank of America is trying to get out of a $1.27 billion penalty for defective loans sold by its Countrywide unit
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