Richard Torne

Richard Torne

Richard Torne is currently the US News Editor for Mortgage Professional America under Key Media. Before MPA, he studied at the London School of Journalism and was editor and chief reporter for an English-language newspaper in Spain for more than 10 years. He has also freelanced for The Sunday Times, A Place in the Sun and written two books. In his spare time he likes to read history and play rock and classical guitar – in no specific order.

Time for the mortgage industry to face up to climate change?

MBA’s report on impact of global warming on housing makes for chilling reading

Time for the mortgage industry to face up to climate change?

Boom times for multifamily space?

High house prices and low inventory causing ideal investment opportunities

Boom times for multifamily space?

What’s driving housing starts?

Supply shortages hitting single family homes amid positive homebuilder sentiment

What’s driving housing starts?

Gunning for the big wholesale lenders

“We’re enabling companies that don’t have the same kind of technology to compete better with the likes of UWM”

Gunning for the big wholesale lenders

Acra Lending makes a case for Bank Statement Loan Programs

Leading lender for self-employed borrowers out to educate broker community

Acra Lending makes a case for Bank Statement Loan Programs

Is major deal pointing the way to appraisal future?

“We’re not replacing the appraiser, we’re empowering them”

Is major deal pointing the way to appraisal future?

LoanStream to re-launch Foreign National Loan program

Enhanced specialty program returns with loan amounts to $3 million

LoanStream to re-launch Foreign National Loan program

Homeowner survey’s shock findings

Nerdwallet poll finds almost two-thirds of home buyers had regrets

Homeowner survey’s shock findings

Fannie Mae’s VP defends LIHTC program for low-income renters

“Most successful program in US in 30 years in increasing supply of affordable housing”

Fannie Mae’s VP defends LIHTC program for low-income renters

Housing crisis – what can be done?

We’re going to see entire malls go vacant and go out of business

Housing crisis – what can be done?