A proposed rule change would let smaller lenders avoid government data reporting requirements if they only make a few closed-end mortgages per year
by Dan Pagliarini | Sep 9
The San Francisco-based startup has streamlined an online application process that used to take up to a week
by Dan Pagliarini | Sep 9
10-year Treasury note has nearly doubled in 18 months. If it breaks 3%, expect mortgages to hit 5%.
by Lou Barnes | Sep 9
7 companies that are changing the mortgage, investment and insurance businesses
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 9
Former parent company of the defunct Washington Mutual merges with mortgage servicer, combined companies will be traded on the NASDAQ under the ticker 'WMIH'
by Marian McPherson | Sep 9
As a result of $3.7 billion deficit, the government-sponsored entity will request taxpayer infusion from Treasury Department
Serious delinquencies in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico stand out in latest Loan Performance report from CoreLogic
by Marian McPherson | Sep 9
Startup is among the first to provide asset verification for Fannie Mae's mortgage applicants
by Emma Hinchliffe | Sep 9
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) trumpeted several short-term benefits for the industry it lobbied to get into the compromise
Hosts can now report their home sharing income when applying for refinancing
by Emma Hinchliffe | Sep 9
A $300 billion boost in federal spending would inject $20 billion into infrastructure, presumably increasing construction
National Fair Housing Alliance accuses German banking and financial behemoth of neglecting foreclosed properties in minority neighborhoods