The largest US mortgage lender is reportedly being investigated by the CFPB for yet another scandal
HARP refinances made up 3% of all refinancing activity during the second quarter
The FHA's recent announcement that it will cut fixed-rate reverse mortgages from its product line will not prevent borrowers from defaulting, a reverse mortgage lender has claimed
A Congressional committee has expressed concern over a business launched by former CFPB employees, with a former White House official dubbing it 'an extortion racket'
Brokers in Florida have been told they can’t count on their wholesale lender to do compliance for them
One of the nation's largest banks will shell out more than half-a-billion dollars in a settlement with investors over toxic mortgage assets
House prices have surged in the first quarter of 2013, but a housing analyst has said the rise is no indication that the U.S. is headed for a bubble
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