The Equifax breach was just one hot topic discussed at NAMB’s national conference this past weekend; we spoke to attendees about how originators might navigate credit security going forward
The scandal-plagued bank, which cut nearly 500 jobs Tuesday, won’t be doing business with California for at least another year
When it comes to preparing for TRID, updating processes isn't enough.
One of the nation's largest lenders is being sued over claims it received kickbacks for force-placed insurance
The House has scheduled a May 14 hearing in which it's likely they'll call for a delay in the enforcement of new mortgage regulations
The House Financial Services Committee issued subpoenas Monday to the Justice Department and the Treasury Department over prosecutions of big banks involved in the mortgage meltdown and elements of the Dodd-Frank Act
A number of metro areas experienced double-digit home price appreciation compared to the last quarter, according to the National Association of Realtors
Markets with double-digit price increases soared in Q1 2015… Wealthy New Yorkers head back to the city… Geraldo swap New Jersey for Central Park…