The CFPB’s enforcement actions decreased dramatically in the second quarter. Is the agency exercising caution – or preparing for a busy second half?
The U.S. housing market “remains red hot and shows no signs of slowing”
Released this morning, the NAHB's builder sentiment shows homebuilders are more optimistic as low interest rates and a strengthening employment market help boost sales.
Normally, defaulting on a mortgage doesn't result in the borrower retaining ownership of his or her home, but that's exactly what happened for a New Jersey man.
The agency released its annual independent report on its Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund for single-family programs. While the fund has improved, it still falls short of last year’s projection.
As the mortgage industry continues to grapple with ever-changing regulations, training and education has become even more of a vital component when choosing which wholesaler to use – and surprisingly few manage to get top marks for this.
Our "Lenders Wanted” section connects originators with lenders who can fund tough-to-finance loans.
The housing market continues its slow trend toward historical norms, while analysts wait in anticipation for the release of the latest Fed's meeting minutes. Any strong hints that the Fed may change course at December’s meeting could push rates upward.