The Washington Post, among others, offers coverage of yesterday's Supreme Court ruling that said subsidiaries of national mortgage lenders may not be regulated at the state level.
Publisher and CEO at HousingWire, Paul writes with wit and knowledge that spans the spectrum of mortgage banking. One of the real estate industry’s most influential writers, he has published more than 3,500 articles and was one of the first to cover the mortgage crisis in late 2006.
Managing a tough environment is nothing new to Nationstar President and CEO Jay Bray. His portfolio sits around a quarter full with distressed loans. He’s used to complaints, he can handle
them. Bray is easygoing through it all. All things considered, this is Bray’s comfort zone..
Two months wandering in a new compliance landscape makes the prospect of a seamless, paperless eMortgage even more compelling. In our increasingly digital society, an entirely paperless process for mortgage loan origination seems to be the next logical step. Read More
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is becoming a light switch regulator, operating in two modes, either on or off. For last month’s cover story, I could argue that Director Richard Cordray’s behavior toward consumers was decidedly on, while his behavior to the trade press was decidedly off. Read More