"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
Lawsuits claimed the bank improperly charged rate-lock extension fees – and not Wells Fargo is preparing to give up to 110,000 borrowers their money back
Lower-than-expected single-family mortgage origination volume leads the bank to cut jobs and close offices
The inaugural event educated mortgage professionals about Generation Y, marketing and the impact Latino homebuyers are having on the housing market
The continuing lack of inventory has actually helped stabilize price growth, expert says
He most recently served as the company’s executive vice president of national production
Mortech said the integration helps lenders comply with mortgage-rate advertising regulations