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Little Rock, Ark.-based startup Mortgage Peer Network was chosen as one of 10 companies to participate in FIS' VC FinTech Accelerator Program.
Banks have rushed to the exits when it comes to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac debt securities. Federal liquidity rules seem to be prompting big banks to do so, but why small banks are unloading the bonds, too, is more of a puzzler.
Homebuyers are growing more worried about competition from other buyers, but housing affordability remains their No. 1 concern, a survey by the real estate brokerage Redfin found.
Many appraisers are charging more or simply refusing to do FHA work, which to their minds now comes close to, if not crossing into, the remit of the home inspector.
Believe it or not, buying your first home (or condo) isn't as easy as it looks on an episode of "House Hunters."
It took years but, by one measure, the St. Louis area just recovered from the housing crash.
Mortgage professional hiring and new job appointments for the week ending May 27.
Miami’s crop of new condo towers, built with big deposits from Latin American buyers and lots of marketing glitz, are opening with many owners heading for the exits.
The CFPB alleges that David Eghbali, a loan officer for a Wells Fargo branch in Beverly Hills, Calif., developed a scheme to manipulate escrow fees in order to close more mortgages and boost his bonus. Eghbali says he was forced to sign a settlement because he couldn't afford to fight the CFPB in court.
The Inspector General for the Department of Housing and Urban Development is not backing down on his concerns about premium pricing associated with the down payment assistance programs by the Federal Housing Administration.
Detroit’s renaissance has had spillover effects, including a sharp reduction in the frequency of fraud, misrepresentation and other defects in mortgage applications, First American Financial Corp. said Thursday.
Homes owned by single men are more valuable and appreciate faster than properties owned by single women, according to an analysis from RealtyTrac.
The bank's new low-down-payment mortgage, an alternative to FHA loans, dispenses with the complex qualification requirements that have hampered recent efforts with low down payments by Fannie and Freddie.
The New Jersey Superior Court Appellate Division will hear arguments June 6 on whether municipalities have an obligation to zone for affordable housing units that they did not allow between 1999 and 2015.
The rebound in the real estate market means some property owners in Latah County can expect to see their property value assessments increase by as much as 25 percent this year.
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