Back in April, President Trump said he wanted to give Dodd-Frank a “major haircut.” His budget proposal would go even further with the CFPB
40 million immigrants added $3.7 trillion to the US housing market in 2012
Talks between JPMorgan Chase & Co. and the federal government over a possible $11bn settlement stalled last week
A mortgage industry head and a leading economist are warning that a prolonged government shutdown could stall the housing recovery
Nearly half of all bank-owned homes nationwide are still being occupied by the previous owners, presenting a unique opportunity
The housing recovery should gain momentum next year despite tighter credit conditions and other challenges, according to the National Association of Homebuilders
The government shutdown doesn't seem to be close to resolution. What does it mean for the mortgage market, and for your business?
The Department of Housing and Urban Development may see further losses from its reverse mortgage program following a ruling Monday rejecting a government policy that led some homeowners to face foreclosure following the death of a spouse