HUD Secretary Julian Castro, Rep. Shelley Moore Capito and Sen. Pat Toomey speak to NAFCU members.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R-S.C.) said he disagreed with the CFPB's decision to spend more than $5 million to retroactively raise employee performance ratings from the last two years.
Trade associations tell the FHFA g-fee increases should be a matter of risk management, not politics.
The FHFA reports a slight uptick in refinanced mortgages as a result of lower interest rates.
The proposal attempts to correct pricing disparities between Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac securities.
LAS VEGAS – Executives and volunteers attending a Tuesday session on interest rate risk say they're making the necessary balance sheet adjustments.
A lack of local population growth and economic prosperity, as well as underwater properties, depress home sales.
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A bill that would phase-out Fannie and Freddie is unlikely to pass a full Senate vote.
Housing giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could do an about-face in a renewed effort to nurture the U.S. housing market and better serve consumers seeking mortgage loans. But this time the move appears to offer greater benefits to lenders and borrowers than it does to Fannie's and Freddie's shareholders...