Many originators worry that the recently announced entry of RE/MAX into the mortgage space will stifle competition and ultimately hurt borrowers
Big banks are about to pay for Wells Fargo’s bad behavior, as regulators prepare to review sales practices and even talk to employees to make sure other institutions aren’t engaging in similar misdeeds
The Mortgage Bankers Association on Wednesday urged the Senate to confirm the president’s pick to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency
The Justice Department rejected JPMorgan Chase’s proposed terms for a $13bn payout to settle various investigations of the bank’s mortgage bond sales
A federal judge has put the kibosh on class-action status for a group of shareholders accusing Deutsche Bank AG of misrepresenting the quality of mortgage-backed securities during the run-up to the financial meltdown
A prominent member of the Senate Banking Committee insisted Tuesday that the housing meltdown was primarily caused by careless investment and defended the government's affordable housing goals
A Republican congressman has taken aim at the FHA bailout, saying it heaped money onto the national debt spurring an "existential threat"
Mortgage payments are costing households a smaller proportion of their income than at any time in at least 33 years