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
Originators that lend money for homes near water could see some big changes soon if the regulator’s new rule is adopted
An industry association is urging the GSEs to get back into the market
Two of the nation's biggest banks have agreed to pay millions to settle a suit over their role as trustees for shoddy mortgage bonds
You can't contact everyone involved in a loan transaction. So how do you prioritize who to call?
If you think your future self will regret a lost opportunity, do yourself a favor and seize the moment
However strange the facts may sound, Jesinoski v. Countrywide Home Loans case presents a scenario that has come up all too often in the aftermath of the financial crisis. And, the Supreme Court remains conflicted on which process borrowers need to follow if they want to cancel a mortgage under the Truth in Lending Act.