Reverse mortgages: Unlimited potential (Part II)
MPA recently sat down with six leaders in the reverse mortgage industry and talked about the future of the market, challenges with supply and demand; and the benefits –to both clients and originators – of offering this product.
No 'too big to jail,' threats to former FHFA head, and a house where everybody knows your name
Eric Holder gives big banks a warning, an employee allegedly threatens the former head of the FHFA, and now you can buy a house where everybody knows your name. All this and more on MPA's weekly update.
The CFPB is in hot water and a haunted house is on sale at a bargain rate
The House has issued subpoenas for CFPB officials, debate continues on winding down Fannie and Freddie, and a Chicago Mansion is on sale at a bargain-basement price -- but it may be haunted.
New home sales plummet, CFPB wants to cut the paperwork
Sales of new single-family homes posted dismal March numbers, and Richard Cordray says the closing process requires too much paperwork. This and more in MPA's weekly update
Is your customers' personal information secure? Should Cordray get the ax?
Up to 70% of mortgage lenders may be careless with customer data, a new study says. And the House wants to overhaul the CFPB. See the news that matters to our industry on this week's MPA Mortgage News
MPA talks to a la mode's Molly Dowdy about Mercury Network
MPA sat down with a la mode's Molly Dowdy to talk about Mercury Network, a la mode's premier appraisal management system
JPMorgan job cuts, the housing roller coaster and the world's dumbest fraudster
JPMorgan announces 8,000 job cuts, housing sees good and bad news, and a criminal mastermind slugs a prosecutor in open court. MPA takes a look at the news that affects our industry
The future of the taper, Prospect Mortgage settlement and inflatable space houses
A major lender gets dinged for interest-rate violations, a Fed honcho prognosticates on the taper, and inflatable space houses are apparently a thing now. MPA takes a look at the stories that shape our industry.
MPA Week in Review 2/14
A famous whistleblower sues 22 big banks, consumers become more optimistic about mortgage credit, and mortgage delinquencies hit a 5-year low. MPA takes a look at the stories that shape our industry.