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Minneapolis Fed Chief: Break Up the Too Big to Fail Banks

In his first speech as the new president of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve, Neel Kashkari took on a strikingly political edge by complaining about the limits in enforcing the Too Big to Fail (TBTF) aspect of a Dodd-Frank Act.

The number of refinances took a spike this summer, with 43 percent of all closed loans coming from refinance activity

More Refis, Fewer Purchases Closed in August

The number of refinances took a spike this summer, with 43 percent of all closed loans coming from refinance activity, according to new data from

Buffett: No Comment on Wells Fargo Until After the Election

While the growing scandal regarding Wells Fargo’s improper creation of deposit and credit card accounts has become political fodder across Washington, one of the most powerful and controversial housing industry figures that happens to Wells Fargo’s largest shareholder is refusing to public addres

A Mixed Day in Mortgage Banking

Today brought a rush of new data focusing on various aspects of the mortgage world, with equal parts disappointing and encouraging news.

The Federal Reserve is keeping its foot on the brakes, declining once again to authorize a new interest rate hike

Fed Balks at Rate Hike

The Federal Reserve is keeping its foot on the brakes, declining once again to authorize a new interest rate hike.

The 50 Most Connected Mortgage Professionals of 2016

Home sales enjoyed a 5.8 percent year-over-year spike in August

RE/MAX: Home Sales, Prices Surge in August

Home sales enjoyed a 5.8 percent year-over-year spike in August, reversing the 8.8 percent drop experienced in July,

She has dominated the economic scene as the architect of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and has become a political force as a leader of the progressive movement

Poll: Warren is Second Least-Popular New England Senator

She has dominated the economic scene as the architect of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and has become a political force as a leader of the progressive movement. However, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is not exactly beloved by many New England voters.

Fannie Mae Predicts 2.6 Percent Growth for Second Half of 2016

Economic growth is on track to reach 2.6 percent in the second half of the year, according to

The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) will honor two individuals who have distinguished themselves through their work and advocacy for Hispanics in America

NAHREP to Honor Wells Fargo Exec Brad Blackwell and Author Julissa Arce

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