Just because a group of athletes or loan officers are the most skilled individual players does not mean that together they make the most capable team, writes Garth Graham.
A nonprofit housing group has found an ambitious middle ground between those who oppose any change to the mortgage interest deduction untouched and those who say it must go.
A Supreme Court ruling overturning circuit court rulings in D.R. Horton Inc. v. the National Labor Relations Board is in question. This affects the enforceability of class waiver arbitration agreements.
Banking presents opportunities for non-depository mortgage companies seeking to boost competitiveness and expand market share.
Though probably not endangered this year, low-income housing tax credits have been suggested for elimination often enough to alarm those who work with this important financing source for multifamily construction.