After agreeing to pay $110 million just last month to settle claims over its fake-account scandal, the banking giant has just tacked millions more onto the payout
The plan would, among other changes, create a federal insurance fund that would insure mortgage-backed securities
As I’d noted in a prior post, Norway’s sovereign wealth-fund has been openly scoping American real estate.
Cities like New York, London and Paris are notorious for their high real-estate prices. Unless you're a high roller -- or you get exceptionally lucky -- you probably won't be able to buy real estate in these markets.
(CFPB) Recently, we released the Ability-to-Repay rule designed to protect consumers from irresponsible lending and begin to lay the framework for stability in the mortgage market.
Wells Fargo recently made news as being the most valuable bank in the United States as well as the largest mortgage lender.