A new class-action lawsuit alleges that the Bank of America unit schemed to conduct fraudulent appraisals in order to boost its originations
After the untimely death of a competitor, the founder of St. Louis-based USA Mortgage began pondering a succession plan. His solution – give employees a stake in the company
Community bankers are urging the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to revise the current qualified mortgage rule, saying it's too burdensome for smaller institutions
Maintaining relationships with your clients is a key factor in continued success. But you won’t build those relationships in the first place without making good first impressions – and to do that you have to be educated on your products. That’s why Integrity Mortgage group supports its originators with matchless customer relationship support and education
When hiring people, you'll probably want to use some kind of personality assessment tool. But which method is right for you?
Industry veteran Marita Bankhead takes on AFR's correspondent lending channel
The Consumer Price Index was up in June, pushed primarily by higher gas prices. Existing home sales meanwhile, were up month-over-month but down compared to June of 2013. All this and more in today's rate snapshot
The Dodd-Frank Act, meant to rein in corporate excesses, has been a failure, according to the House Financial Services Committee