With its revenue depressed as other banks boom, Wells Fargo plans to reduce staff by thousands
With the non-QM space booming, originators need to educate themselves about the products – or be prepared to lose business to their competitors
Once a graveyard of empty homes and condo units following the collapse of the stock market in 2008, the Florida housing market has finally found its legs and is running full tilt – and that has mortgage lenders and investors smiling.
Policies favored by U.S. mortgage servicers may cause negative effects in communities where homes are foreclosed upon, a new study says.
Home prices in Texas hit all-time high… New York realtors report dip in confidence over interest rates… Comic Carolla lists La Canada Flintridge home… Real estate lawyers in high demand…
New mortgage reporting requirements have been added to a highway funding bill that has passed both houses
The fact that interest rates have dropped once again, amid speculation that the Fed is readying to increase its benchmark rate, should create business for brokers
It may be one of the biggest originator frustrations over the past few years, but one industry player believes there are positives to the increased oversight