Although the CFPB director hasn’t commented publicly on it, rumors have long swirled that he intends to run for governor of Ohio
The embattled servicer will pay a minimum of $49 million to settle allegations arising out of the same issue that netted it a $150 million fine in 2014
The association says the information the bureau wants from companies makes it difficult to join the portal and respond to consumer complaints.
However, that never happened, and now the man is suing the Facebook founder for failing to live up to his promises made in the sale.
The New Jersey man ran a mortgage loan modification scam and promised his victims that he would cut their mortgages in half.
Has the California housing market become so tight that it’s making buyers go crazy? Probably not, but a San Diego woman was sentenced for stalking a married couple who she had lost to in a bidding war for her “dream house.”
New numbers just in time for Valentine’s Day show half of U.S. adults are single, which means the housing industry needs to find new ways to market to them.
After hitting a 20-month low, mortgage rates broke out this week after an extended period of calm.