Is the credit company doing enough to manage the breach and ensure no future security issues?
The embattled mortgage servicer has filed emergency motions against two state regulators, even as more states pile on with injunctions against it
The U.S. Justices gave struggling home owners more ability to cancel their mortgages if lenders don’t provide the required disclosures -- a setback for the mortgage industry.
Quite possibly. A newly formed mortgage company set its eyes on standing out and did just that with a unique promotion and video to go along with it.
As many experts have pointed out, mortgage credit is too tight and a new report suggests the uncertainty around servicing delinquent mortgages may be to blame.
An employee at Zillow has filed a lawsuit, claiming some mortgage lenders misused the website’s co-marketing agent and lender program.
There is a wide variety of opinions on what is allowed and what is not when it comes to marketing agreements, so be careful what you sign.
However strange the facts may sound, Jesinoski v. Countrywide Home Loans case presents a scenario that has come up all too often in the aftermath of the financial crisis. And, the Supreme Court remains conflicted on which process borrowers need to follow if they want to cancel a mortgage under the Truth in Lending Act.