Mulvaney revokes powers of CFPB's fair lending office
The office will no longer be able to pursue and penalize those who discriminate against mortgage borrowers
by Teke Wiggin | Feb 2
The battle between CFPB and PHH is over
The DC Court of Appeals overturned the agency's $109 million fine of PHH Mortgage Corporation, but says CFPB is constitutional.
by Marian McPherson | Feb 1
2017 home sales returns hit pre-crash highs
Attom Data Solutions study reveals an average 29.7% ROI in 2017
by Emma Hinchliffe | Feb 1
The plan for Opendoor? Vertical integration and more
Opendoor CEO Eric Wu shares his vision for the startup, which includes 'title, mortgage, home service and so on.'
by Emma Hinchliffe | Jan 30
What's behind skyrocketing RE tech investment?
Find out in our recap of ICNY 2018's Capital Connect session
Mortgage rates rose again this week
And they might keep climbing ...
by Fabiana Flores Gordon | Jan 25
What agents should know about mortgages in 2018
Help your clients find the loan that benefits them most
by Rick Guerrero | Jan 25
These states have the highest (and lowest) mortgage debt
Buyers in coastal states with high home prices and low inventory experienced the greatest increase in mortgage debt in 2017
by Marian McPherson | Jan 24
Twitter COO Anthony Noto to take the reins at SoFi
Former SoFi CEO Mike Cagney resigned in September in wake of scandal
by Gill South | Jan 23
LoanDepot moves beyond lending to match buyers with agents
Agents can use the new service to find clients who have already been approved for mortgages
by Emma Hinchliffe | Jan 23
How a government shutdown impacts real estate and housing
Loan approvals and mortgages could be delayed, but experts think the housing market would bounce back.
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Jan 22
Fannie Mae offers rewards for health and wellness programs
A reduced borrowing rate to owners of multifamily homes who implement programs such as health and fitness, daycare or job training
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Jan 17
The essential guide to real estate and tax reform
Homeowners take some knocks, but not as many as they could have. And investors, companies and commercial RE stand to gain.
by Leon Lazaroff | Jan 16
Redfin Mortgage expands to Pennsylvania
The company already operates in Texas, Illinois and the District of Columbia
by Marian McPherson | Jan 11
Number of US renters declines for first time in 13 years
May be an anomaly as aging baby boomers and millennials are expected to drive new growth in the market