The administration has just outlined its tax plan – but what does it mean for mortgages?
The embattled mortgage servicer has filed emergency motions against two state regulators, even as more states pile on with injunctions against it
With the advent of the CFPB’s qualified mortgage rule in January, many originators worried that QM restrictions would deal a deathblow to their businesses. But with the proper precautions, there’s no reason why non-QM loans can’t be a profitable channel for brokers
A multimillion partnership marks two Los-Angeles based companies’ foray into residential rehabilitation lending
One of the stumbling blocks faced by the reverse mortgage industry has been that, in the past at least, consumers saw reverse mortgages as a last-ditch effort to meet living expenses. But that’s changing as the more financially savvy Baby Boomers become eligible for reverse loans
When you're building a leadership team for your organization, there are many things you'll want to look for in selecting and developing the appropriate candidates. What kinds of characteristics do you want your leaders to have?
Early stock trading looked weak, and the housing market was up less than projected. This and more in today's rate snapshot
A recent report by the government accountability office shows that the CFPB isn't doing an adequate job of protecting consumers' private financial data