Founder of James B. Nutter & Co. Dies
The founder and chairman of James B. Nutter & Co., who was a strong supporter of liberal causes and politicians, has died.
Appraisal News Daily
The federal government has weighed in on one state's proposal to fix appraisal fees paid by appraisal management companies. Other valuation services activity include a new consumer valuation tool, an appraisal webinar and an integration between two service providers.
Founder of Mortgage Service Provider Dies
The founder of a mortgage service provider that was sold to First American Title who was also active in the Republican party has died.
Hensarling Talks Financial Choice Act
Among several topics covered in an interview with Rep. Jen Hensarling (R-Texas) was his legislation that would be a sweeping rollback of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act.
Variety of Upcoming Mortgage Events
Among dozens of upcoming mortgage-related conferences and workshops are events that will cover compliance, politics and technology. One event includes a music festival.
Texan Behind Financial Choice Act
A Texas Republican is behind legislation that would dismantle much of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act put in place to prevent another crisis.
House Passes Legislation to Replace Dodd-Frank
House Republicans have come together to pass legislation that would overhaul and replace the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
Former OneWest CEO Tapped to Head OCC
The former chief executive officer of OneWest Bank FSB is being nominated to run the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
HUD Budget Includes New FHA Administrative Fee
The Department of Housing and Urban Development's proposed budget includes a new administrative fee on government-insured mortgages to fund technology updates.
Cordray Forges On as CFPB-Weakening Bill Progresses
As legislation that would weaken the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau progresses in the House, the head of the bureau continues carrying out his mission.