Faced with a lawsuit and dozens of state enforcement actions, the embattled mortgage servicer is hitting back
Tightening inventory is causing the market to “miss its moment,” says one expert
FICO has announced it will change the way it calculates credit scores, resulting in higher FICO ratings for many consumers. But will lenders accept the new scores?
The Congressional Budget Office has released its cost estimates on a trio of bills intended to increase transparency and accountability at the CFPB. But is the proposed legislation enough to fix the agency?
If credit restrictions are too tight and those who can afford the risk aren't allowed to take it, the consequences for the economy can be devastating
A Michigan man has been sentenced to prison for defrauding Fannie Mae and National City Bank
Ukraine and Russia have agreed on steps toward a cease-fire, and stocks opened up this morning. This and more in today's rate snapshot
The CFPB continues to come under fire for what is coming to seem more and more like a systemic culture of racial and gender discrimination