The CFPB’s enforcement actions decreased dramatically in the second quarter. Is the agency exercising caution – or preparing for a busy second half?
The U.S. housing market “remains red hot and shows no signs of slowing”
After agreeing to pay nearly $17 billion to settle federal probes over its sale of mortgage bonds, Bank of America is trying to get out of a $1.27 billion penalty for defective loans sold by its Countrywide unit
Do you call yourself a broker? A credit adviser? A mortgage specialist? Whatever you've landed on, it's bound to be better than these odd job titles
Looking for a fresh opportunity at a new branch network? Here's why Supreme Lending might be right for you!
Interest rates continued to drop this morning, and US and European stock markets also opened lower. Meanwhile, Q2 corporate profits were the best in four years. This and more in today's rate snapshot
It doesn't get much simpler than this: If you have no leads, you have no new customers. We talked with a lead gen expert about strategies for bringing new buyers to your door
When John McClellan joined Supreme Lending in 2006, he was a mortgage broker. He made the switch to mortgage banking, he says, because he saw the writing on the wall