The leading Republican said the budget proposal would make “Washington regulators accountable”
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Small community lenders may have been issued a reprieve with a new ruling on size standards
The meltdown of the mortgage industry is beginning to ebb, but the industry will remain 'a shell of its former self', a report has claimed
The Federal Housing Administration's plan to mitigate losses tied to poor servicing has been deemed risky
A business group has accused the CFPB of violating the Dodd-Frank Act in its information requests
In preparation to expand, but wary of high-commitment, one high-production brokerage is testing the waters of “mini-correspondent” lending
Originators who become a preferred lender for major real estate agencies or developers should expect to get the majority of loans for themselves, but not all