The fallout from the megabank's fake-accounts scandal continues
Shareholders allege the company failed to disclose conflicts of interest in pre-crisis mortgage transactions
Contradictory rules have made mortgage lending a "minefield" for bankers, threatening the housing recovery, it has been claimed.
The housing market is on its way back to normal, but is struggling through its awkward phase, according to a new report
Profits for independent mortgage banks fell in the first quarter as volumes flagged and the cost of origination rose, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA)
A United States congressman who has led predatory mortgage lending reform following the financial crisis is now going to a financial services law firm to fight issuers of mortgage-backed securities
In a communication obtained exclusively by MPA, it has been revealed that the CFPB will not budge on QM or the 3% rule, and anticipates broker backlash
The key to finding and shaping the best mortgage team is targeting young professionals with specific qualities, according to an industry educator