With tax reform out of the way, Congress needs to make housing-finance reform a top priority, mortgage executives say
The examination comes amid a legal dispute for the bureau’s leadership
Washington, D.C., March 13, 2012 – The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged the senior-most executives at formerly one of the nation’s largest mortgage companies with hiding the company’s deteriorating financial condition at the onset of the financial crisis. The plan backfired and the company lost 90 percent of its value in two weeks.
Another NAMB West conference has come and gone. Feelings are mixed here in Las Vegas where I write this article.
Aging baby boomers and their echo boomer children will significantly impact trends in the nation’s housing market over the next 20 years. In a new report released by the Bipartisan Policy Center,