"We wanted to help a larger swath of borrowers attain the American dream"
Cuts were necessary to keep its mortgage product competitive, the company said
Two class-action lawsuits against Wells Fargo are back on after a federal court ruled that the banking giant was obligated to offer permanent loan modifications to borrowers who met certain requirements
MPA's Comment of the Week points out that using fear as a motivation tool is a well-worn strategy
Republicans on the House Financial Services Committee dismissed President Barack Obama’s call for continued government guarantees in a reformed mortgage system
More than 100 experts have forecast strong appreciation for home values through the end of the year
Brett Mills couldn’t have foreseen that beginning his career in the mortgage industry in 1998 would lead him to pulling children’s teeth in Central America in 2012. But that’s just what he was doing last year as part of Academy Mortgage’s yearly service trip for its elite producers
An eminent domain play to save underwater borrowers isn't sitting well with a some of the nation's large investors and lenders