A whistleblower who gained fame for shining the light on the foreclosure robo-signing scandal is suing the banks involved
JPMorgan Chase has agreed to pay the U.S. government $614 million in order settle the latest in a string of lawsuits related to its handling of mortgage loans
The new branch is the sixth in five states opened by the lender in the last year
Last week we talked to Brian Koss, executive vice president of Mortgage Network, about the industry’s growing frustration with the ever-expanding number of documents going into a typical mortgage application
Closing costs are always a function of borrowing. Following are options that mitigate the burden of coming up with the extra cash to seal the deal.
As we count down the hours to 2014, MPA takes a look back at the stories that shaped this year in the mortgage industry