John Stumpf, CEO of Wells Fargo, is retiring effective now, 3 weeks after he apologized to the Senate Banking Committee for the bank’s unauthorized accounts scandal.
A Federal appeals court slapped down the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and ruled that the bureau is no longer independent, and that its director can be fired by the president for any reason.
When selling your home, brag about your fenced backyard if you have one. You might sell your house faster.
Does owning a vacation home make Bernie Sanders a 1-percenter? Probably not; he might be more like a 3.5-percenter.
Most mortgage companies starve their servicing departments, to the frustration of their captive customers. The companies that do a good job of servicing deserve attention for it.
Good luck if you want a mortgage for less than $50,000. They’re hard to get, and that’s a problem.
Today’s weak report on 2nd quarter gross domestic product is welcome news for mortgage shoppers.
A redditor (that’s a member of the freewheeling website Reddit) asks: “Homeowners of Reddit: when you purchased your first home, what item did you not think about that ended being very useful to you?” RATE SEARCH: Shop today for a mortgage. What a great question, and the answers are delightful. Some are profane and hilarious.
Housing is unaffordable for too many people, and government can help, according to the Democratic Party’s platform.
It’s still a seller’s market out there in most places. So rejoice if you’re selling a house, and feel a bit apprehensive if you’re trying to find a house to buy.