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Mortgage professional hiring and new job appointments for the week ending June 24.
The foreclosure on Hawks Point, the retirement community on the Dickinson State University campus in Dickinson, N.D., is nearing completion.
Incenter Mortgage Advisors is brokering the sale of a $1.6 billion Freddie Mac residential mortgage servicing rights portfolio for an undisclosed independent mortgage banker.
Ocwen Financial Corp. has agreed to a $30 million settlement in two lawsuits alleging that the West Palm Beach, Fla.-based company violated the False Claims Act.
It's a trend that can't last forever: Home sales in Miami-Dade County are falling, but prices are still going up.
The Pittsburgh Housing Authority board is expected to approve a resolution today to buy 86 rental homes and apartments in Manchester that were built in the 1990s as Hope VI, a step away from public housing as society then knew it.
Black Knight Financial Services, in its second deal as a publicly traded company, has bought business analytics firm Motivity Solutions.
Mortgage servicers have failed to make significant investments in technology and compliance systems, resulting in substantial harm to consumers, according to a report issued Wednesday by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Foreclosure starts increased last month, moving off their 10-year low, according to Black Knight Financial Services.
Allegany County, Md., officials are in the process of establishing a program that will include funding to battle blighted properties across the county.
Mortgage foreclosure filings in southeastern Wisconsin are at their lowest level in more than a decade.
Some are calling it a step toward making the "zombie" problem better.
The number of loan modification made in April dropped 4% from the previous month, according to the Hope Now alliance.
A former Coconut Creek lawyer began serving a 10-year state prison term Monday for stealing more than a million dollars from property owners who'd lost homes in foreclosure transactions in 11 Florida counties, authorities said.
As first-time homeowners, Angela and Luis Funez feel like they did everything right.
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