Pre-qualifier to dish legitimate credit scores in minutes
The program, which also verifies a consumer's identity, will be rolled out at NAR's annual convention in November
by Lew Sichelman | 1 day
Off the sidelines and into a home: Helping the underserved
Agents are challenged with helping clients find affordable homes, and it all starts with financing
by Ray Brousseau | 2 days
Will trended credit data result in more mortgage approvals?
How more granular information will change lending behavior
by Steve Cook | 6 days
Would-be borrowers could be another $150B in business
Professionals at the annual Regional Conference of Mortgage Bankers Associations in Atlantic City discussed what they're doing
by Lew Sichelman | 6 days
Could Zillow leads to lenders put you in CFPB's crosshairs?
Portal changes language around lender ads in its co-marketing program
by Andrea V. Brambila | on Mar 22, 2017
Why you can expect mortgage rates to creep toward 5%
Sometime this summer the 10-year treasury note will break 2.60 percent
by Lou Barnes | on Mar 15, 2017
LoanDepot invests $80M into digital lending platform
Consumers will have access to a 24/7 secure portal while lender can give accurate quotes, pricing, offers and pre-qualification letters in minutes
by Caroline Feeney | on Mar 7, 2017
The Fed will hike rates by 0.25% at its March meeting
Two speeches this week -- one by the Chair and one by a Fed governor -- illuminate the plans
by Lou Barnes | on Mar 3, 2017
Wells Fargo plans initiative to boost black homeownership
The company will put $60 billion in loan money where its mouth is
by Marian McPherson | on Mar 2, 2017
The massive growth of down payment assistance
What's available where and to whom when it comes to a little down payment boost
by Lew Sichelman | on Feb 28, 2017
Mortgage rates hit lowest mark since first week in December
Will the Federal Reserve push rates up in March? This week's jobs data could show us
by Lou Barnes | on Feb 27, 2017
Xome worth 'a very big pile of money'
Nationstar has had 'significant inbound inquiries' about selling the subsidiary, said Jay Bray
by Amber Taufen | on Feb 22, 2017
Survey: 52 percent of lenders 'off' on initial loan estimate
And 35 percent of buyers were surprised by higher-than-expected closing costs
by Marian McPherson | on Feb 16, 2017
Financial experts: Moving forward with caution
BlackRock, CitiGroup and Merrill talking heads discuss what's ahead for investors
by Lou Barnes | on Feb 13, 2017
Confirmation hearing could raise foreclosure questions
An investigation into the foreclosure practices of Mnuchin's former company is raising eyebrows
by Amy Tankersley | on Jan 16, 2017