More evidence has appeared suggesting housing finance loans purchased by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are poised to get a bit smaller.
Trade group says data show lending standards are tightening.
Several key lawmakers join roster rostrum for Congressional Caucus that kicks off Sunday.
NAFCU general counsel Carrie Hunt says she still sees "negative downstream effect" in proposed changes to qualified residential mortgage rules.
By the time next year rolls around, Truity Credit Union in Bartlesville, Okla., will be ready to comply with new mortgage loan requirements from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Thanks to policies and procedures already in place, the final adjustments won’t likely be traumatic for the credit union.
NCUA chairman to meet at White House today for closed-door Dodd-Frank update.
Kansas-based third-party originator adds wholesale and mini-correspondent programs.
President Barack Obama laid out his initiative to reform the secondary mortgage market in a speech on Aug. 6 that trash talked Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and voiced support for a Senate bill that would wind down the government sponsored enterprises and replace them with a mostly privatized system.
An innovative housing finance company is poised to introduce a new approach to mortgage lending, just when mortgage finance reform has put the future of the 30-year fixed rate mortgage in doubt.
President rolls out his own plan to wind down Fannie and Freddie, a plan similar to Corker-Warner proposal in the Senate.