The embattled servicing giant is paying to settle allegations by the state of California that it violated state and federal mortgage regulations
Looking for a home is one of the first priorities of veterans after coming back from deployment
Seven Michigan originators have been arrested over allegations of submitting fraudulent loan applications
An annual report on corporate scandals has been released, and the finance industry hasn't escaped unscathed
A major lender has announced it will consolidate around 200 retail banking branches amidst lower expected originations
Mortgage applications have seen another decline, with refinances taking their worst hit in two years amid rising rates
Buyers are more willing to bid higher on online auctions than traditional sales, according to a real estate veteran
The Senate has confirmed Richard Cordray as CFPB director, while the industry pleads for a 'level playing field'