The credit reporting agency sold scores it said were considered by lenders. Not so much, says the CFPB
House Republicans said at a subcommittee hearing that the agency was guilty of gross overreach
Many homeowners in the bottom third of markets are emerging from negative equity and are finally in a position to sell, just in time for millennials to enter the housing market in greater numbers in 2015.
The two big banks will pay big for their roles in an illegal mortgage kickback scheme.
The implementation of the CFPB's TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule is only a few months away. And while the bureau states the new rule will help consumers better understand the mortgage process, not everyone agrees.
The U.S. Justices gave struggling home owners more ability to cancel their mortgages if lenders don’t provide the required disclosures -- a setback for the mortgage industry.
Quite possibly. A newly formed mortgage company set its eyes on standing out and did just that with a unique promotion and video to go along with it.
As many experts have pointed out, mortgage credit is too tight and a new report suggests the uncertainty around servicing delinquent mortgages may be to blame.