FHFA Director Mark Calabria said reform of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are key to fixing the nation’s affordability issues.
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Joe Gormley first joined the organization in 2017 and previously served under Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Montgomery.
CEO David Solomon said the bank will not "take a company public unless there’s at least one diverse board candidate, with a focus on women."
The Office of the Comptroller of Currency states that John Stumpf has also agreed to a $17.5 million fine. The bank’s new CEO says the actions of former employees were “inexcusable.”
Servicing professionals are expecting these loan types to see an increase in default rates, according to Altisource. Click through to find out why.
As affordability persists in the larger metros, a new report found people are flocking to satellite cities.
What caused one expert to say distressed zip codes are “unlikely to ever recover.”
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The decision was handed down by the Sixth Circuit in the case of Ritzen Group., Inc. v. Jackson Masonry, LLC regarding the “finality” from relief of stay.
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The group's proposals, in response to the FHFA's Request for Input, discusses the best practices for building better alignment and streamlining lender pools.
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LERETA has tapped a new SVP of Tax Operations, LOGS Network law firms merged, and Rentec Direct is creating a new tenant screening process in this Industry Pulse.
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