Serious mortgage defects have been on the rise ever since the implementation of TRID in October 2015. Now, finally, they’re on the decline again
Democratic lawmakers have been harshly critical of the nomination of Dr. Ben Carson to head up HUD, citing the retired neurosurgeon’s lack of expertise. But housing industry leaders are taking a more hopeful view
Industry pros applauded Tuesday's confirmation of Rep. Mel Watt as the next director of the FHFA.
A federal judge has approved Bank of America’s $500 million settlement with investors who bought mortgage debt from the lender’s Countrywide unit
A federal judge has approved a $153 million settlement in a decade-old lawsuit against Fannie Mae and its former accountant, KPMG
The FHFA announced it will be raising Fannie and Freddie guarantee fees again -- a move that's going to cause headaches for originators and borrowers, according to an industry group head.
President Obama’s pick to oversee Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac has been confirmed
Mortgage credit got a bit tighter in November as several high-LTV programs expired an investors prepared for new regulations to take effect