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 head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency said Sunday that private lenders aren’t ready to replace Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Rising mortgage debt is threatening the retirement security of millions of senior citizens, according to a new report
Legislation regarding how mortgage lenders communicate with their customers has always been fairly heavy. But how much freedom should individual lenders have in sharing content?
A Pennsylvania man has been accused of masterminding a $3 million Ponzi scheme that bilked at least 25 homeowners out of their mortgages and also duped real estate investors
April housing starts and building permits came in better than expected, and interest rates took a tumble this week as investors realized that the US, EU and China economies aren't growing much. All this and more in today's rate snapshot
The White House is calling a vote to move forward on mortgage reform legislation “important progress” – even though the bill faces long odds of being passed this year