The move will create hundreds of new jobs, the company says
Just two years after obtaining $15 million in seed capital, the young company is calling it quits
If technology doesn't help you do your job, it's a distraction that should be ignored
Fixed rates continued to fall this week, according to Freddie Mac
A judge has nixed Wells Fargo's motion to throw out a lawsuit accusing the bank of engaging in predatory lending practices targeting minorities.
Going it alone in the mortgage origination world can be tough, especially when new hurdles such as the QM rule are thrown in your way. Joining a branch network and making the most of all the corporate support that comes with it is one way to ease the pain
Mortgage pros tend to view the CFPB's complaint system as a hassle -- but what if they saw it as an opportunity?
GSF has added a new branch in Round Rock, Texas. The branch will be managed by Dr. Raymond Larson, a 20-year industry veteran whose work during the financial crisis raised $10 million a year for needy families