Click through to read more of the former Vice Presidents and current Demoncratic presidential candidates’ plan to increase affordability and access to homes for Americans.
According to new research from Rice University, government buyouts of flood-damaged homes disproportionately benefit whiter, wealthier communities, even as low-income and minority homeowners are more likely to participate in such programs.
The Court explained that “a straightforward reading of the affidavit” clearly identified BOA as the servicing agent and custodian of the note and that the note holder, HSBC, was a “separate entity.”
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According to Freddie Mac, Donna Corley brings to the position nearly 25 years of experience in the financial services industry as well as deep expertise in risk management, capital markets and pricing.
President Donald Trump’s nominee, Dana T. Wade, has been met with a favorable reaction from leaders in the industry. Click through to read more of their comments.
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In this Video Spotlight, hear from AMDC Chair Lola Oyewole on why you don't want to miss the 2020 Five Star Diversity Symposium in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Charlie Scharf, Wells Fargo’s new CEO and President, called the action by former employees, including the opening of millions of unauthorized or fraudulent accounts “inexcusable.”
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According to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, the GSEs will still receive a small amount of government support following the end of conservatorship.
As single-family rents increase, the new report reveals why built-for-rent SFR volumes are decreasing.