Confirmation hearing could raise foreclosure questions
An investigation into the foreclosure practices of Mnuchin's former company is raising eyebrows
by Amy Tankersley | 2 days
Could these questions help avoid MLS dysfunction?
Business changes can lead to disputes if you don't set expectations upfront
by Mitchell Skinner | 6 days
CFPB kicks off 2017 with leadership changes
Bureau installs five new officers as it continues to battle legal challenges to its single-director structure
by Amy Tankersley | on Jan 10, 2017
The $130M Zillow-Move legal bloodbath: A retrospective
Highlights, low points and a resolution
by Caroline Feeney | on Dec 30, 2016
PHH asks court to deny CFPB rehearing
Mortgage lender says court’s finding that CFPB’s single-director structure is ‘unconstitutional’ should stand
by Amy Tankersley | on Dec 28, 2016
The top 7 real estate industry court battles of 2016
Cases that could have changed everything -- and what happened in each
by Amber Taufen | on Dec 27, 2016
Industry favors Mnuchin’s GSE proposals, with some caveats
Trump's Treasury Secretary nominee wants to end the government’s conservatorship over Frannie and Freddie -- here's why
by Amy Tankersley | on Dec 27, 2016
Why are closing times continuing to increase under TRID?
National Association of Realtors says closing times in November exceeded last year's timelines; here's why
by Amy Tankersley | on Dec 14, 2016
How the Fannie Mae discrimination lawsuit could affect you
Some agents and brokers who list the GSE's homes could find themselves directly in the line of fire
by Amy Tankersley | on Dec 6, 2016
2 groups tell court that CFPB's Cordray should stay
Groups want federal court to hear their positions in the ongoing PHH-CFPB battle
by Amy Tankersley | on Dec 5, 2016
Interest-rate spike flattening, but move up isn't over
President-elect Trump has one asset which might break all of the rules for the better: action
by Lou Barnes | on Dec 2, 2016
2 potential economic realities for Donald Trump in 2017
Things could go the easy way, or they could go the hard way
by Lou Barnes | on Dec 2, 2016
RIP Fannie and Freddie: 1968-2017?
The new Treasury Secretary nominee, Stephen Mnuchin, would move the GSEs out of government control
by Lou Barnes | on Dec 1, 2016
CFPB seeks rehearing in PHH case
Bureau says three-year RESPA battle with mortgage lender could be ‘the most important separation of powers case in a generation’
by Amy Tankersley | on Nov 21, 2016
What does President Trump mean for the housing market?
8 ways our new commander-in-chief could affect homeownership for the next 4 years
by Thomas Mitchell | on Nov 9, 2016