The leading Republican said the budget proposal would make “Washington regulators accountable”
Data scientists, engineers and visionaries – want $1 million?
Mortgage brokers took a lot of undeserved heat for the housing meltdown, but consumers need to know that using a broker is still one of the best ways to shop for a mortgage, according to the Washington Post’s real estate columnist
A panel of wholesale lenders has claimed that neither the Qualified Mortgage Rule nor the potentially profit-strangling 3% fees cap is necessarily the end of the world
The Protecting American Taxpayers and Homeowners (PATH) Act is getting flack from industry groups, including the National Association of Realtors
Federal regulators said Tuesday that they didn’t foresee that creditors who offered only “qualified mortgages” would risk violating any fair lending practices
The powerful legacy of the financial crisis continues to haunt all financial services firms. One word sums up the sector’s biggest problem and its greatest opportunity. That word is ‘trust,’ argues Omer Soker
CFPB director Richard Cordray has defended the bureau's mortgage rules, saying they will help to "clean up many sloppy" practices