Skip to main content

Interthinx acquires NIA Consulting

National Mortgage Professional
Nov 01, 2007

HOPE NOW announces new membersMortgagePress.comForeclosure prevention resources HOPE NOW has announced that the American Bankers Association, America's Community Bankers and EMC Mortgage have joined the newly formed alliance. In addition, Faith Schwartz, senior vice president of enterprise risk and public affairs for Option One Mortgage Corporation, has agreed to serve as HOPE NOW's project manager and coordinator. Washington, D.C.-based HOPE NOW is a cooperative effort between counselors, investors, lenders and other mortgage professionals to maximize outreach efforts to homeowners in distress. For more information, visit www.hopenow.com.
Published
Nov 01, 2007
Fannie Mae Extends Multifamily Protections Indefinitely

Fannie Mae announced that its multifamily COVID-19 forbearance program has been extended indefinitely to support multifamily property owners and renters experiencing financial difficulties due to COVID-19.

Industry News
Sep 27, 2021
LoanDepot Lawsuit Alleges Wide-Scale Fraud

‘One of the most egregious wide-scale fraud for profit schemes since the years leading up to the Great Recession,' a recent lawsuit claims.

Industry News
Sep 27, 2021
Federal Regulators Race To Address Cryptocurrency Risks

Cryptocurrency is quickly morphing into a volatile but widely embraced innovation, and federal regulators are racing to address the potential risks to consumers and the market. 

Industry News
Sep 24, 2021
MBA Initiative Seeks To Close Racial Homeownership Gap

Says its advocacy, partnerships & connections will help increase opportunities for minority borrowers

Industry News
Sep 24, 2021
Guaranteed Rate Opens New Branch In Southwestern Michigan

Guaranteed Rate expanded its presence in Southwester Michigan, after opening a new branch in St. Joseph

Industry News
Sep 22, 2021
Chinese Property Giant Evergrande Falters, Threatening U.S. Investors

On Monday, investors across three continents dumped their stocks, mainly out of fear that the world’s two largest governments — the United States and China — would undercut the beginnings of a global economic recovery. 

Industry News
Sep 22, 2021