The banking giant isn’t giving up the mortgage-lending top spot without a fight
The fight could end up in the Supreme Court
Jobless claims came in higher than expected, and construction spending is expected to rise
A House subcommittee has voted to issue subpoenas to officials from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as part of a continuing investigation into charges of discrimination at the agency
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac may need a huge infusion of taxpayer cash if the economy takes a severe tumble, according to the Federal Housing Finance Administration.
A mortgage technology provider has announced it will waive certain fees in areas affected by the recent tornadoes
Fixed rates fell slightly this week while adjustable rates edged up, according to data released by Freddie Mac
Two Senate Democrats are urging the Department of Housing and Urban Development to crack down on reverse mortgage servicers for what they say are abuses. But the head of an industry group says the problem is most likely not with lenders and servicers, but with a vagary of the law