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
The Department of Housing and Urban Development released a drafted rule Friday that would make it more difficult for state and local grantees to misapply government program funds
Starwood Property Trust, an international real estate investor and financier, has originated a $140m loan on a mixed-use commercial building in San Francisco
Detroit constitutes the biggest municipal bankruptcy in US history. What will the move mean for the beleaguered city's housing market?
A major lender will outsource the servicing of its defaulted loan portfolio to cut costs, with up to 300 jobs "impacted" as a result
Lenders may be easing up on underwriting standards as the proportion of loans with FICO scores below 700 has risen dramatically
The CFPB has vowed before a Senate committee to "root out" debt collection companies "flouting the rules