The DOJ will sue the ratings agency over ratings it gave risky mortgage-backed securities in the run-up to the financial crisis
The chairman of the House Financial Services Committee says that a recent court ruling means the CFPB will have to comply with executive orders limiting its rule-making ability
Calling the currently stalled Senate plan to wind down Fannie and Freddie "a grave misstep," a former Fannie exec says that since Congress can't agree on meaningful GSE reform, FHFA Director Mel Watt should take his own steps
Applications for new home purchases rose in April, according to new data
The recent failure of Ellie Mae's Encompass software left many mortgage providers unable to process loans. What were providers to do? Industry veteran David Lykken talks about the importance of staying nimble when technology fails
A home in New York's Hamptons is scheduled for foreclosure auction. More than $10.5 million is owed on the 8,100-square-foot mansion -- a record for the area
The chairman of the Senate Banking Committee has scheduled a hearing to further consider a bill that would wind down Fannie and Freddie. But with key Democrats withdrawing their support, is he just grasping at straws?
Interest rates were up this morning with stocks opening better and no serious turmoil in Ukraine over the last few days. And the recent bullishness and decline in rates is stalling now. All this and more in today's rate snapshot