After agreeing to pay $110 million just last month to settle claims over its fake-account scandal, the banking giant has just tacked millions more onto the payout
The plan would, among other changes, create a federal insurance fund that would insure mortgage-backed securities
Foreclosure filings were down nationwide in November for the largest month-over-month drop since November of 2010
The head of a San Diego mortgage company has been sentence in a case that saw 26 of the company's workers indicted
HARP refinancing was down in the third quarter as mortgage rates rose.
Federal regulators try to reassure lenders that as long as they issue sound mortgages, they shouldn’t worry about regulatory action.
The TImberwolves player's father could face 30 years in prison.
Oversight varies between states, says a new Treasury report