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Most people ask for a raise in the privacy of their boss's office. But one gutsy Wells Fargo employee emailed the CEO directly — and copied some 200,000 other Wells Fargo workers on the note.
The 1960 Ray Charles lyric -- “Them that’s got are them that gets” -- rings true today in the U.S. mortgage market.
Generation Mortgage is winding down its reverse mortgage originations business including retail and wholesale operations, the company confirmed Wednesday.
In the market for U.S. mortgage bonds, it’s almost as if the turmoil that became known as the taper tantrum never happened.
Americans will likely have to wait at least three more years before it becomes any easier to get a mortgage.
The Cleveland Federal Reserve is looking at a case in Ohio where the state legislature is looking to allow municipal corporations to file for summary foreclosure on vacant and abandoned residential properties.
Consumer attitudes toward housing and the economy brightened modestly in September, starting the fall season off on a positive note after a tumultuous summer.
Back in 2011 and 2012, the Federal Reserve System (Board) and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) initiated the Independent Foreclosure Review to identify mortgage servicing abuses that homeowners were facing while in foreclosure in order to determine if they could be compensated for their problems.
A Sarasota lawyer was arrested this year for allegedly stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from homeowners through foreclosure rescue schemes, but most of those who run similar operations will never spend a day behind bars.
To really understand Dan Gilbert, the billionaire owner of Quicken Loans, the nation’s second-largest mortgage lender, it helps to know a little bit about his pumpkin-carving.
Despite the lowest mortgage rates in more than one year, fewer than 16,000 HARP 2.0 loans closed in July 2014, marking the fewest closed loans in any one month in HARP mortgage history.
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