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 mortgage company beset by FTC violations and federal lawsuits has axed nearly 500 employees, and announced it will cease new lending
After arriving in the US as a political refugee aged 16, Dan Milstein overcame incredible odds to not only succeed in the mortgage industry but also become the country’s number one loan officer
While Americans may be at the end of their rope with the ongoing government shutdown, our neighbors to the North could see their mortgage rates fall as a result
So it looks like there’s at least one trade group out there that thinks Ed DeMarco’s proposal to reduce maximum loan limits for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is a good idea
Some of the nation's largest banks have seen mortgage production plummet over the last quarter
JPMorgan Chase & Co. and the Department of Justice are still at loggerheads over a potential multibillion-dollar settlement that would resolve multiple investigations into the lending giant’s sale of mortgage bonds