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The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) is ending its Wells Fargo mortgage program after the San Francisco-based lender refused to end its business relationships with the National Rifle Association (NRA) and gun manufacturers
The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) is ending its Wells Fargo mortgage program after the San Francisco-based lender refused to end its business relationships with the National Rifle Association (NRA) and gun manufacturers.   “Gun violence is an epidemic, but Tim Sloan won’t even engage in a... Keep Reading....
Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc. has appointed Tony Ebers Chief Operating Officer, a new position within Nationstar
Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc. has appointed Tony Ebers Chief Operating Officer, a new position within Nationstar. Ebers will assume responsibility for servicing, originations and Xome operations. Ebers will be responsible for ensuring operational excellence across the company and leading the... more
Primary Residential Mortgage Inc. (PRMI) has named Ronnie Chinchilla as PRMI Giving Network Manager
Primary Residential Mortgage Inc. (PRMI) has named Ronnie Chinchilla as PRMI Giving Network Manager. The PRMI Giving Network was introduced in September of 2017 by PRMI’s Board of Directors and executive team. The service initiative partners with nonprofit organizations that complement its mission... more
Ideal Lending Solutions has introduced Protection+, residential mortgage coverage for homebuyers that reimburses them up to their full downpayment if they need to sell at a loss due to market conditions
Ideal Lending Solutions has introduced Protection+, residential mortgage coverage for homebuyers that reimburses them up to their full downpayment if they need to sell at a loss due to market conditions. The established South Florida mortgage lender is offering it for free on owner-occupied, fixed... more
Beginning this week, some Americans will start to see their credit scores increase due to the removal of all tax liens from consumer credit reports issued by Experian, Equifax and TransUnion
Beginning this week, some Americans will start to see their credit scores increase due to the removal of all tax liens from consumer credit reports issued by Experian, Equifax and TransUnion.   Moving forward, the three major credit bureaus will not factor civil judgment data and roughly half of... more