The Equifax breach was just one hot topic discussed at NAMB’s national conference this past weekend; we spoke to attendees about how originators might navigate credit security going forward
The scandal-plagued bank, which cut nearly 500 jobs Tuesday, won’t be doing business with California for at least another year
Thanks to companies like Amazon and eBay, today's consumer expects a high level of clarity when it comes to buying online
When LOs communicate with secondary markets, it's only natural to ask for a price break. So why do they have so much trouble getting secondary markets to bend?
Mortgage applications were up 1.4 percent last week, but government mortgages declined. Are you seeing a boost in business?
Bank of America has reached a record $17 billion settlement with the government over sales of shoddy mortgage-backed securities during the run-up to the financial meltdown
MBS prices were down 5 basis points this morning, and stocks were down at open. All this and more in today's rate snapshot
Gone are the days when an animated gif of dancing aliens and a flashing tag line espousing low rates were enough to capture consumer interest. There's been a sea change in consumers' expectations