The former Walter Investment Management has seen a virtual revolving door of chief executives over the last two years – but the board chairman says the new interim CEO is a ‘seasoned turnaround professional’
The Texas representative said the FHFA’s policy on the payments was “deeply troubling”
Why haven’t any high-level executives been prosecuted for their roles in the financial crisis? That question, long asked by ordinary citizens in the wake of the mortgage meltdown, is now being asked by a federal judge.
Home prices have posted their highest gain in nearly eight years, new figures have indicated, but the boom may have run its course
Despite bipartisan support, a tax break for struggling homeowners has been allowed to expire
The FHFA sued 18 financial agencies over securities sold to Fannie and Freddie
As we count down the hours to 2014, MPA takes a look back at the stories that shaped this year in the mortgage industry
One of the nation's largest lenders has reached a settlement with Fannie Mae to the tune of $591m