The fallout from the megabank's fake-accounts scandal continues
Shareholders allege the company failed to disclose conflicts of interest in pre-crisis mortgage transactions
The bank's portfolio is pretty solid: It has less than 100 offices and it doesn't like to take risks. So, how does it make its money?
Executives at the company told investors they believe a suspension of the troubled company's mortgage license in California is unlikely.
Here's the second part to last week's question on whether to hire young professionals or seasoned mortgage professionals.
Beat the 'interruption culture' and not only will you work harder, you'll be more innovative.
The launch of the regulator’s “Owning a Home” tool has caused uproar in the mortgage industry, and many claim the tool contradicts rules the CFPB already has in place.
A mortgage company co-owned by a former Carolina Panthers player has expanded quickly since its inception a few years ago and now it has its eyes set on becoming No.1.