A lawsuit alleges the bank made ‘stealth modifications’ that dramatically increased what borrowers owed on their mortgages
The least valuable homes in the US have yet to regain the value they lost during the housing crisis
Two law firms have joined to file a class action lawsuit against the U.S. government, alleging the government violated the Fifth Amendment when it took Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into conservatorship in 2008.
Quantitative easing and billions of investment haven’t helped housing demand as much as expected, economist says.
Indian IT and business process outsourcing companies are expected to double their revenues from mortgage process outsourcing to $316 million this year.
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The new Unified State Test (UST) is likely to ease the burden of originators who want to do business across different states, but not all of them
A major lender has announced a new round of deep job cuts in its servicing unit