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 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has fined the California mortgage lender for giving its employees incentives for steering consumers into loans with higher interest rates.
In an effort to meet demand and avoid the costs of holding soured debt, the lenders put the mortgages on the market.
Currently the second-largest retail lender in the U.S., this company is setting the stage to lead the mortgage industry with its latest acquisition.
Doubts about liquidity and homeowner complaints of unauthorized foreclosures are making regulators prepare a tighter leash for servicers
One state includes nine of the 10 most expensive real estate markets in the nation
Applications for new home sales showed a significant uptick in October as the job market improved