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Mortgage industry hiring and new job appointments for the week ending Dec. 9.
Renasant in Tupelo, Miss., is the latest banking company to get out of loss-share agreements with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
More upside down homeowners in Southwest Florida are now right-side up.
A Canyon Lake, Calif., man has pleaded guilty to two counts of foreclosure consultant fraud and three counts of felony grand theft, Ventura County prosecutors said.
Fidelity National Financial plans to distribute the stock it owns in Black Knight Financial Services to its shareholders as part of a plan to simplify the corporate structure of the two companies and increase Black Knight's liquidity.
Affordable housing advocates are seizing on President-elect Donald Trump's call for tax reform, hoping that a new tax credit program to revitalize run-down homes in distressed neighborhoods will be attractive to the incoming administration.
The amount of equity homeowners hold grew by $726 billion, or 10.8%, in the third quarter of 2016 versus the year before, according to CoreLogic.
Foreclosure activity declined in Franklin County, Ohio, for the third straight month in November, according to figures released by the county clerk.
Delinquent South Florida homeowners could be getting long-delayed foreclosure notices after a court ruling cleared the way for lenders to revive cases that have stalled for years.
Fewer local homes and commercial properties fell into foreclosure last month, continuing a downward trend for much of this year, a report released by the El Paso County Public Trustee's Office shows.
A program through the Ohio Housing Finance Agency may be able to help some people save their homes.
As favorable credit conditions, including low interest rates, begin to dissipate, banks could begin to experience more stress from their loan portfolios, including their real estate holdings, according to Kroll Bond Rating Agency.
The National Fair Housing Alliance and 20 local fair housing groups have filed a lawsuit in federal court against Fannie Mae over its maintenance and marketing of foreclosure properties.
The neighborhood's zombie has, at long last, made it through foreclosure and is on the market.
Two office buildings on the Northeast Side of San Antonio face foreclosure after investment company Chase Merritt defaulted on an $89.5 million loan it used to buy 900,000 square feet of local office space about a decade ago.
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