Although the CFPB director hasn’t commented publicly on it, rumors have long swirled that he intends to run for governor of Ohio
The embattled servicer will pay a minimum of $49 million to settle allegations arising out of the same issue that netted it a $150 million fine in 2014
Hiring in the single-family industry is heating up and has reached a six-year high, but what fields are in high demand?
The organizations say the amendment could harm competition and are urging changes to it.
In an effort to provide more clarity and expand credit, the GSEs have launched new servicing tools to better help mortgage servicers.
One in 25 managers qualify as a psychopath – and the percentages of those who either are in positions of power or own companies are considerably higher than the general population. Why so high? A group of researchers in Texas and British Columbia explain.
A federal judge has tossed out a HUD regulation that was designed at making filing allegations of housing discrimination easier.
Central banks cannot grow decent jobs, improve the housing sector and increase production, but what they can do is drive investors into stocks with the belief that eventually there will be trickle down to the diminishing middle class, says industry expert.