The Fed-imposed cap will last months longer than CEO Tim Sloan estimated in December
The embattled bank has massively increased its spending on buying back its own stock – pumping up the per-share price and directly benefiting execs – even as it plans to cut thousands of jobs
Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates were mixed this week, with the key 30-year rate slipping back under the 4 percent mark
The growth in the number of Chinese investors accompanied a continuous influx of foreign buyers of real estate in the United States
Here’s some advice originators can share with their clients
Homebuying sentiment rises… 30-year FRM rates down… Mortgage credit availability slipped in December… Apartment vacancies higher in Q4…
Mortgage applications lower as 2015 closed... Manhattan’s median price hits new high... Freddie Mac announces Lenders One alliance...
Applications may be down but originators have no cause for worry, according to one industry veteran