DOJ fines JPMorgan Chase $50 million for robo-signing

DOJ fines JPMorgan Chase $50 million for robo-signing

Chase admits to misfiling mortgage documents

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Sterne Agee lowers and suspends estimates on Ocwen’s debt refi

Analysts unsure what new Ocwen will look like going forward
Trey Garrison
Ocwen isn't going away but it is undergoing a transformation. Here's what analysts think now and why they don't know what to think going forward.
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Latest data shows housing economy sluggish

New home sales decline shows housing liftoff isn’t near
Trey Garrison
New home sales flatlined in January, but while some say it's a sign the housing market is in for a long slog, others are optimistic about the long-haul for 2015. Here's why.
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Housing and mortgage lending stall at the start of 2015

How bad will it get, or is this just a stumble?
Trey Garrison
Is the rough start to 2015 in both housing and mortgage finance just a stutter, or does it portend worse things to come? Here’s what the experts are saying.
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Housing market starts 2015 on several weak notes

Construction, confidence, applications all down
Trey Garrison
The housing market is off to an inauspicious start. Is there reason for cautious optimism? Perhaps. Here’s why.
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Everything you need to know about President Obama lowering FHA premiums

Actual effect of controversial move sparks disagreement
Trey Garrison
The president said he will direct FHA to cut its premiums 0.5%, but questions remain whether it will really boost homeownership, and whether Congress will push back against the move. Here's what's next.
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Ocwen volatile over concerns company could lose existing servicing

Sterne Agee: Continues to rate OCN neutral
Trey Garrison
Ocwen's stock has been volatile but Sterne Agee continues to rate the company neutral despite investor concerns. Here are the details.
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The key to homebuilder profit in 2015

Hint: It’s not through first-time homebuyers
Brena Swanson
The government is in overdrive to open the credit box for first-time homebuyers. But the new push doesn’t help everyone in the industry. According to two homebuilder analysts, if homebuilders want to make money, they need to stay away from first-time homeowners and subprime buyers.
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Capital Economics: Don’t panic about November home sales

Analyst says existing home sales will rebound, but others differ
Trey Garrison
Economists differ on what November's existing home sales plunge means. One says don't panic, another says it's part of a larger underlying weakness.
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3 things to know about interest rates in 2015

Here’s the skinny on what it means for mortgages
Trey Garrison
Sure, everyone says they know what will happen with interest rates, but whether they go up or down or stay flat, it's critical to know what it will mean for mortgage financing.
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Feeling confident about housing, mortgages?

This market is the cart, not the horse
Trey Garrison
It's that special time of year, you can smell it in the air. Too soon for housing forecasts, but like a kid waiting for Christmas, it's all you can think about. Here's a taste of housing's fortunes in sales, prices, mortgage-backed securities, mortgage lending and more. Merry early House-mas.
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