The CFPB’s enforcement actions decreased dramatically in the second quarter. Is the agency exercising caution – or preparing for a busy second half?
The U.S. housing market “remains red hot and shows no signs of slowing”
A former Philadelphia-area pastor was sentenced Tuesday to 14 years in federal prison for his part in a $6.4 million mortgage fraud scheme
A federal watchdog on Tuesday blasted several states for spending a mere fraction of federal bailout funds to help struggling homeowners
The Mortgage Bankers Association on Wednesday urged the Senate to confirm the president’s pick to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency
The Justice Department rejected JPMorgan Chase’s proposed terms for a $13bn payout to settle various investigations of the bank’s mortgage bond sales
A federal judge has put the kibosh on class-action status for a group of shareholders accusing Deutsche Bank AG of misrepresenting the quality of mortgage-backed securities during the run-up to the financial meltdown
A prominent member of the Senate Banking Committee insisted Tuesday that the housing meltdown was primarily caused by careless investment and defended the government's affordable housing goals