Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson said he wasn't trying to mislead the public when an agency spokesman initially denied that he and his family were involved in a controversial decision to buy a $31,000 dining room set for his office.
CoreLogic will have to provide property data to Attom Data Solution's RealtyTrac unit for three additional years to resolve allegations it did not adhere to a 2014 agreement with the Federal Trade Commission.
Mortgage lenders are embracing the broker-wholesale channel as a low-cost way to extend their reach and maintain volume in the face of rising home prices and interest rates that are putting a damper on origination activity.
Mortgage licensees in West Virginia will pay higher application fees and need to take additional hours of mandatory prelicensing and continuing education under an amendment to the state's licensing law.
Shares of the Providence, R.I., company plunged Monday after a news report that it faces possible legal risks from the latest charges filed against Paul Manafort, the former campaign manager for President Trump.
Nearly 50 years after the federal Fair Housing Act was signed into law, banning racial discrimination in lending, black prospective homebuyers in the St. Louis area continue to be denied conventional mortgage loans at a much higher rate than whites.