Lenders Lose FHA Approval
Five mortgage lenders, including a branch of the largest U.S. mortgage broker, have lost their approval to originate FHA-insured loans.

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Atlanta Originators Lose Licenses
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Subprime Retailer Lays Off 100
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HUD Complaint Filed Against Allied
A civil rights complaint has been filed against Allied Home Mortgage Capital Corp. alleging the national mortgage broker discriminates against African Americans.

Broker Sues Freddie Over Blacklisting
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American Home Unit Settles Fraud Allegations
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