Mortgages, Cards and Cost Cuts Lead Fifth Third Chief's Agenda
Greg Carmichael, who's been Fifth Third's CEO for nearly a year, has started putting his stamp on the company by aggressively trimming branches in favor of mobile, seeking to build up its consumer credit business and retooling the balance sheet.  more »
Producer Profile
A simple rhyme reminds one loan officer in a bustling California housing market to stay focused, committed and to treat every loan equally.
The results of the 2016 Top Producers Survey reflect a year of booming business for loan officers, both in terms of the dollar volume and number of loans reported by each loan officer.
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Flagstar Bancorp's quarterly profit increased after a decline in the value of a 2012 legal settlement liability tied to its mortgage lending practices.
Home prices, when adjusted for income and interest rates, decreased in August by 2.6% on a year-over-year basis, making properties more affordable, according to First American Financial Corp.
Heartland Financial USA in Dubuque, Iowa, has named Jack Lloyd president of its residential mortgage business.
CoreLogic reported its net income increased by 27% to $36 million for the third quarter on a year-over-year basis, as it saw record highs for revenue and operating income.
Home prices in 20 major U.S. cities continued to rise at a steady pace in August, according to data Tuesday from S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller.
Real estate franchisor Re/Max Holdings is getting into the mortgage brokering franchise business with its new unit Motto Mortgage.
Victor Cuevas, a city employee in Waterbury, Conn., and an ex-state representative, escaped prison but was fined $1,000 Monday when he was sentenced in U.S. District Court for lying on an application for a federally backed mortgage loan.
Fannie Mae is planning to provide relief to lenders from potential buybacks for loans in which the borrower's income, assets and employment information have been validated through automated underwriting.
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