The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau signaled an interest in ending a temporary exemption that allows government-backed loans to exceed 43 percent debt-to-income ratio
by Patrick Kearns Sep 17
A new administration in Washington, growing demand from young families and lenders committed to the non-QM market are creating a new lending environment
by Steve Cook Feb 7
Celebrating 'little wins' can have tremendous influence on one's success
by Bernice Ross Nov 21
CoreLogic: Return of private capital hinges on confidence in lending process
by Inman Oct 24
Real estate industry warns of credit crunch if thousands of homebuyers are moved into 'jumbo' territory
by Ken Harney Oct 21
Critics: Focusing on outcomes, rather than intent, flies in the face of sound underwriting practices
by Ken Harney Sep 10
Percentage of Realtors reporting problems with appraisals also declines
by Ken Harney Mar 26
New regulations may prevent another bubble, but deprive consumers of options
by Jack Guttentag Feb 25
Current standards too strict for their own good
by Jack Guttentag Feb 11
Court ruling opens the door for battle over leadership of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
by Ken Harney Jan 29
Lenders likely to demand larger down payments from buyers in high-cost markets
by Ken Harney Jan 15
Temporary exemption will allow government-backed loans to exceed 43 percent DTI
by Inman Jan 10
'Fiscal cliff' negotiations may include homeowner tax breaks
by Inman Nov 7
Commentary: Obama and Romney need to provide more details on their positions
by Ken Harney Oct 10
Trade group questions proposed mortgage regulations
by Inman Sep 17