The organization seeks to protect consumers against the resale of their personal information
A new class-action lawsuit alleges that the Bank of America unit schemed to conduct fraudulent appraisals in order to boost its originations
The head of the CFPB was taken to task by Senate committee members Wednesday for the agency's habit of holding closed-door sessions and failing to provide notice for public hearings.
Freddie Mac has offloaded more of its risk to private capital, obtaining insurance to cover up to $77.4 million in credit losses for risk associated with some single-family loans
The national mortgage delinquency rate has dropped nearly a quarter in the last year
A large mortgage firm already at the center of investor legal action could be facing separate probes from two government agencies
If the U.S. government is looking for a list of mortgage lenders to sue, it may be getting some help if a federal judge has anything to say about it
A top economist on Friday painted a grim picture of flat home sales and spiking prices and mortgage rates by the end of next year