Richard Torne

Richard Torne

Richard Torne is the US News Editor for Mortgage Professional America. 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.

Shift in home values – find out where

Zillow study reveals price gains over past year

Shift in home values – find out where

Homeowner equity grows across US - report

Data shows there's less chance of another housing market crash, VP insists

Homeowner equity grows across US - report

Report – 1.5 million properties across the US at "extreme" risk

Buyers, it seems, are unaware

Report – 1.5 million properties across the US at "extreme" risk

"Brokers being short-changed without non-QM"

VP of non-prime specialist says LOs are more interested in product than ever

"Brokers being short-changed without non-QM"

FHA 'bids' to outmaneuver investors in favor of underserved buyers

30-day period announced to address affordability issue

FHA 'bids' to outmaneuver investors in favor of underserved buyers

Top loan officer on why a recession might not be a bad thing

Record-breaking figure unfazed by looming crisis

Top loan officer on why a recession might not be a bad thing

US home values - they could drop, president says

Looming recession will spark eventual fall in rates

US home values - they could drop, president says

"The market is incapable of providing housing that's affordable"

CEO's damning verdict on affordability crisis

"The market is incapable of providing housing that's affordable"

Fed rate rise – mortgage professionals take stock

Brokers stoic in response to decade-high rate increase

Fed rate rise – mortgage professionals take stock

Brokers must "reinvent" themselves

Originators have to continue their education in challenging market

Brokers must "reinvent" themselves