Why Billionaires Like Trump Take Out Home Loans
President Donald J. Trump recently paid off the mortgage on a Florida home he owns. But why would a billionaire take out a mortgage in the first place.
US Still Grappling With Too Big to Fail
Nearly a decade after the financial crisis, Democrats and Republicans are still battling over how to liquidate behemoth financial institutions that fail.
Bill Would Give Departing Bank LOs Temp Licenses
Legislation introduced in the Senate takes bank mortgage originators one step closer to being able to easily transition from a financial institution to a non-bank home lender.
Trump Admin Favorably Revises Obama Jobs Data
Despite the harsh rhetoric he had for the legitimacy of the Obama administration's employment numbers, President Donald J. Trump's administration has actually made revisions that improved Obama's numbers.
Credit Score Senate Bill Introduced
Legislation that would force the government-sponsored housing enterprises to allow multiple credit-scoring models has been introduced in the Senate.
House Votes to Repeal Arbitration Rule
Legislation to repeal a recently enacted rule that prohibits mandatory arbitration made it through the House this week.
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.