A study suggests the prospect of 2.1 million additional homeowners by 2020 should be a plausible reason for legislators to work harder on a comprehensive benchmark immigration reform.
A commercial real estate market recovery combined with fresh demand for apartments and office properties continue to push commercial property price indices up and commercial mortgage-backed securities default rates down.
A temporary worker for PHH Corp. potentially gained access to employees' personal information, including Social Security numbers and dates of birth.
Through the first quarter, foreclosure starts fell 27% year-over-year while single-family building permits were up by 27%, according to data obtained by RealtyTrac from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The March FNC Residential Price Index data add to a growing list of research findings that confirm the U.S. housing market continues to recover at a steady and persistent pace.
As players in the business have adjusted their holdings, interest in outsourcing services and technology has picked up.
The defendants marketed their national businesses as purchasers of distressed real estate where vulnerable homeowners could avoid foreclosure and the accompanying negative effects on their credit.
Foreclosure starts jumped during the first quarter but slowed considerably in March.
Persistent economic concerns will slow down the pace of recent commercial real estate performance improvements, according to Moody's.
Ares Commercial Real Estate Corp. has agreed to acquire certain assets from the Alliant Co. for $62.8 million.
Seasonally adjusted mortgage applications dropped 7.3% week-to-week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Fannie Mae is carrying its big stick once again and this time servicers and others in the mortgage industry had better be ready to duck.
Lender Processing Services has launched its Workout Interaction Tool.
Richard Cordray has pointed out that originating loans that exhibit strong performance over time should not run afoul of the qualified mortgage rule that goes into effect in January.
Lender Processing Services has agreed to pay $14 million to settle claims the company deceived investors about its business practices.