Technology is helping to streamline the mortgage origination process – but is there fear it will one day make mortgage professionals obsolete? We delve into that and more
For decades, the most solid investment you could make was in real estate. But is this still the case?
If it was up to the most powerful hedge fund managers in the world, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will one day become 100 percent private entities under the control of Wall Street investment banking firms
The most recent edition of the benchmark S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index for the top 20 metropolitan housing markets in the United States shows the greatest annual price increase since 2006.
he next head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency will have quite the task waiting.
The Senate Banking Committee held a hearing recently to discuss the Independent Foreclosure Review, the goal of which is to identify borrowers who suffered financial harm because of errors in their foreclosure processing.
When David Zugheri launched Envoy Mortgage 16 years ago, it was only him, his partner, and $8,000. Today the company sells loans in 48 states, employs 1,000 people and stands as a mortgage industry success story.
After the devastating effects of the American housing bubble of the early 21st century, real estate professionals and investors have become very vigilant about a resurgence of greed, graft and unchecked speculation in the housing markets.