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