HousingWire introduces its inaugural RETech:50 highlighting the accomplishments of 50 technology-driven real estate companies.
» See the current issue
Parties who acquire residential rental properties via a foreclosure or deed...
In January 2014, the qualified mortgage rule issued by the Consumer...
Quick View Today’s News Stories ›
Treasury yields have posted historical lows for the past several years, implying strongish economic growth and the potential...
Congresswoman Maxine Waters, D-Calif., sent a letter Tuesday to Christy Romero, Special Inspector General for the Troubled...
Quick View Today’s Ticker Stories ›
View Full Video Archive ›
» GIANTS of Innovation
» GIANTS of REO
» GIANTS of Default Law
» See all available HW Focus issues
The current status quo of the mortgage finance system is not only unsustainable, but it’s unacceptable due to a...
mREITs posted weak performance over May, with total returns the lowest since September 2011, according to the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Taxpayers will spend another $27 billion between 2013 and 2022 subsidizing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
"We concluded principal forgiveness results in a lower net present value than principal forbearance," the text continues. So at this point, there are no plans to remodel the Home Affordable Modification Program Principal Reduction Alternative.
Don’t miss out: get HW delivered via email
Subscribe Now ›
There are only a handful of consistencies investors can rely on in the private-label market these days. Redwood Trust issuing at least one residential mortgage-backed securities deal a month is one.
As Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has indicated, too-big-to-fail remains a major issue that is not solved, but "there’s a lot of work in train."