A new report recommends ending conservatorship of the GSEs and encouraging private competition
The wirehouse, hit with a $15 million fine over mortgage-bond sales practices last week, now faces an additional $42 million penalty for other misconduct
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Existing home sales at 18 month high… Seriously underwater properties increase in first quarter…Three cities join top 5 ‘hottest for sellers’… Luxury homes in the Hamptons fall sharply…
For the last two years, shareholders of the GSEs have requested an answer about when they will stop diverting their profits to the Treasury. Now, it looks as if they have finally received an answer.
The company allegedly “mistreated borrowers” who were attempting to save their homes from foreclosure.
Sales from February to March saw double-digit increases, while prices also sprung forward.