The credit reporting agency sold scores it said were considered by lenders. Not so much, says the CFPB
A German bank alleges that the New York financial institution was negligent in its role as trustee for soured mortgage bonds
JPMorgan may double the amount it spends on compliance in 2014 in the wake of billions of dollars in settlements and legal fees
Mortgage applications were up last week for the first time in six weeks, according to data
Mel Watt's experience on the House Financial Services Committee makes him an ideal pick to head the FHFA, says MBA's chairman.
Several members of Congress say new, stricter mortgage regulations should be delayed at least a year.
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