TX Mortgage Firm Accused of Deceiving Investors
A home lender in the Lone Star State has been accused by government regulators of lying to investors about how their money would be used.
Report: CFPB Treating Ocwen Unfairly
A new report suggests that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been treating Ocwen Financial Corp. too harshly.
Variety of Topics Covered at Mortgage Events
Digital loans, mortgage litigation and regulation, and non-performing notes are among several topics being covered at upcoming mortgage-related events.
Stolen Freddie, VA Employees' IDs Lead to Prison
A Maryland woman will serve time for fraudulently using personal information of employees at the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. and Department of Veterans Affairs.
Former Chase Mortgage Originator Pleads Guilty
A guilty plea has been made by a former mortgage loan originator at JPMorgan Chase & Co. who is accused of causing more than $30 million in losses to his employer.
$89 Million Settlement for Former IndyMac Unit
The former reverse mortgage lending unit of failed IndyMac Bank FSB has agreed to a government settlement that will cost it $89 million.
Malicious Emails Sent to Stolen DocuSign Addresses
Customers of a mortgage document management company are being warned about fraudulent emails with links that can infect users' computers.
Philly Suing Wells Fargo
Just two weeks after the Supreme Court weighed in on the matter, the city of Philadelphia is moving forward with a discrimination lawsuit against Wells Fargo & Co.
Nomura MBS Traders Charged With Fraud
A pair of mortgage-backed securities traders have been charged by the government of lying to customers to earn more from inflated profits.
Credit Union Settles Over Maternity Discrimination
Years after home lenders began settling charges of discrimination against women on maternity leave, one credit union didn't get the message it's illegal.