After agreeing to pay $110 million just last month to settle claims over its fake-account scandal, the banking giant has just tacked millions more onto the payout
The plan would, among other changes, create a federal insurance fund that would insure mortgage-backed securities
People love free stuff, and even the mortgage industry can tap into that desire to draw people in. But isn't giving away free stuff expensive?
Single-family housing prices rose 4.4% year-over-year in the second quarter, the slowest annual growth since 2012. Meanwhile, July retail sales numbers were disappointing. This and more in today's rate snapshot
There are tighter times ahead, according to one industry pro. And one of the biggest problems the industry faces is the inability to court younger buyers.
Carrington was recently able to promote its strategy of serving underserved borrowers -- those with FICO scores below 640 -- in a segment on the television show 'Designing Spaces'
The CFPB has fined Atlanta-based Amerisave $19.8 million for allegedly luring customers in with misleading rates
Many technologies offer free services to draw people into purchasing their premium services. Is there a way for our industry to do the same?