The country’s first billion-dollar originator, Greg Frost, says service includes talking to as many potential customers as possible – and not dismissing the ones who don’t qualify right away
Allyson Kreycik has had a good year. She had a baby and became the seventh highest female originator in the country, with $164m in originations in 2012. She jumped ship from a failing mortgage business, joined Guaranteed Rate, a franchised mortgage banking company, and started a new life in Boston.
As the government shutdown drags on, a major private mortgage insurer is trying to lure borrowers away from Federal Housing Administration insurance with the promise of fewer hold-ups
A mortgage industry head and a leading economist are warning that a prolonged government shutdown could stall the housing recovery
The government shutdown doesn't seem to be close to resolution. What does it mean for the mortgage market, and for your business?
The Department of Housing and Urban Development may see further losses from its reverse mortgage program following a ruling Monday rejecting a government policy that led some homeowners to face foreclosure following the death of a spouse