It's hardly the "dismantling" the president touted in his campaign, but the new law does ease mortgage requirements for community banks
Overall applications slip as interest rates keep climbing
Slowly but surely lenders are loosening their lending standards – and that’s a good thing, according to one originator
Originations may be down, but one lender is sticking to its guns that its business model will produce profits
In Buffalo, N.Y., the average millennial could pay off a mortgage in just under nine years
October jobs report makes “live possibility” a "live probability"
The market has already priced in a rate hike in preparation for the December Fed rate increase but it hasn’t had the expected effect on fence-sitters, according to one broker
A title fraud scheme will land one former real estate developer in jail