Senators Warren and Reed reach out to HUD to assist in leveling the playing field between prospective homebuyers and large investors.
With residential construction continuing to slow, the Fed’s rate hike of last week and its ripple effect on...
This month, DS News takes a closer look at protecting the American dream of homeownership, as a panel of in...
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Because it requires a detailed strategy and high level of expertise to create a lean organization, the Greenfield Playbook can guide a mortgage servcier to formulating a cost-effective operation throu
Reporting a 13.4% year-over-year increase, a new study from @HouseCanary detailing the nation’s single-family rental market has found the industrial Midwest region driving market activity, with low re
The past 24-plus months have confronted the mortgage and servicing industries with challenges both daunting and immediate. DS News polled a cross-section of industry experts on what they’ve learned an
An upcoming webinar presented by The Five Star Institute and Selene Diligence will explain how non-QM products may be the right fit for “out of the box” borrowers, but proper diligence is key to getti
Mortgage servicers polled in a new @auction report expect 23% of seriously delinquent mortgages to complete foreclosure over the next year, with pandemic backlog and regulatory intervention having the
@Redfin reports homebuyers are relocating to climate risky areas, despite intensifying natural disasters, as homes with high fire and flood risk sold for a premium during the pandemic.
While properties in Louisiana are most at-risk of flooding, an analysis of FEMA and Value Penguin data concluded that West Virginia had the highest percentage of homes that would be impacted in a 100-
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a new measure that includes legislation to study the impact of wildfires, and explore more ways to protect homeowners.
For the third consecutive year, @FannieMae has earned the top score in establishing an environment where employees with disabilities have the opportunity to thrive.
As a means to increase the nation’s supply of affordable housing, Ginnie Mae is seeking public comment on how its Manufactured Housing Program could boost inventory.
A recent decision by a Kentucky Bankruptcy Court dismissed a debtor’s Chapter 13 case after several attempts to take advantage of the bankruptcy process.
A new report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University found that many lower-income homeowners who make repairs rely on government assistance repair programs for emergency, struc
Settlement with Trident Mortgage for $22 million-plus marks the first redlining settlement that the CFPB and DOJ has reached with a non-bank entity.
As Visio Lending celebrates 10 years, CEO Jeff Ball reflects on some of the top innovations in the SFR marketplace, and what lies beyond.
CoreLogic S&P Case-Shiller Index reports higher mortgage rates and recessionary concerns are taking a toll on buyer demand, as growth eased slightly in May from the pace of the prior two months.
@FreddieMac adds 20-plus year compliance veteran Dennis Hermonstyne Jr. to oversee risk management for the company’s legal, regulatory, and conservatorship obligations.
With the GSE closing on these latest deals, @FannieMae has acquired approximately $21 billion of insurance coverage on $709 billion of single-family loans through its CIRT program to date.
Industry experts took to Capitol Hill to discuss the state of the market and share their insight on ways to create equitable housing opportunities for all nationwide.
Experienced human resources executive Katie Jones joins @FannieMae to attract, retain, engage, and develop talent.
By founding the Office of Financial Technology, @FHFA will address emerging risks related to the adoption and deployment of financial technology in housing finance.