Ellie Mae President & CEO Jonathan Corr speaks about the state of mortgages and the housing industry under the Trump administration.
The Massachusetts attorney general sued a unit of Ocwen Financial, accusing the mortgage servicing company of engaging in abusive practices.
High prices and tight supply are taking the wind out of home sales, according to a report by the National Association of Realtors.
Demand from homebuyers fell 14 percent in March from February, according to Redfin.
The refinance market came back to life last week, as mortgage rates fell further.
The Trump administration argues that government subsidies for Canadian lumber are unfair.
Home prices have now surpassed their last peak.
Spring home buyers are pounding the pavement at a furious pace, but the pickings are getting ever slimmer.
Homebuyers looking for mortgage approval could hit paperwork roadblocks if the government shuts down next week.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sues Ocwen Financial over mortgage services, sending shares downward. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports.
Big changes are coming to one of the formulas that calculates your credit scores.
David Stevens, Mortgage Bankers Association, provides a preview of his proposal to reform Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Fewer homebuyers jumped into the mortgage market last week even though interest rates hit their lowest levels since November.
Financial advisors can help protect retirement savings with an array of innovative approaches, from reverse mortgages to structured notes.
Straits Trading's chair discusses the securitization of real estate, global growth and uncertainty on CNBC's Managing Asia.
Home sales jumped nearly 9 percent in March compared with March 2016, as the number of homes for sale plunged 13 percent.
Property websites in Beijing have become the latest targets of China’s continued efforts to clamp down on ballooning property prices.
The Singapore property market's long downtrend is poised to end next year, with home prices set to double by 2030, Morgan Stanley said.
Some renters are staying where they are by necessity and some by choice — it depends on who is asking them.
CNBC's Diana Olick provides the latest read on the housing markets as weakness in refinancing is keeping the mortgage business light.
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