FHFA announces 2016 conforming loan limits

FHFA announces 2016 conforming loan limits

Much of U.S. left unchanged; limits increase in 39 ‘high-cost’ counties

Game changer? Quicken Loans takes mortgage lending fully digital

Launches Rocket Mortgage

Google launches mortgage comparison tool with Zillow

LendingTree will also bring mortgages to Google

Items Tagged with 'House Financial Services Committees'


The White House fights back to save CFPB

3 deals the president wants to protect
The House Financial Services Committee is considering several bills to change Wall Street reform today. One of the bills includes changing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a move the White House is quick to fight back on.
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Bill to kill $3M raises for Fannie, Freddie CEOs gains momentum

Rep. Ed Royce-sponsored bill now has bipartisan support

A bill that would eliminate the proposed $3 million pay raises for the CEOs of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is now one step closer to becoming law, as the bill advanced past the markup stage and is now set for a full vote of the House Financial Services Committee with bipartisan support in tow.

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Key housing, mortgage finance bills facing markup in House

Fannie-Freddie CEO compensation, TRID grace period up for grabs and more
A number of bills critical to the housing and mortgage finance industry are under the spotlight today in the House, including limits on regulators, a TRID grace period and a cap on the salaries for the CEOs at Fannie and Freddie.
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: JPM Chase agrees to massive mortgage settlement

Wells Fargo wins in Los Angeles’ predatory lending suit; Happy Birthday CFPB!
JPMorgan Chase agreed to a massive settlement, stemming from a lawsuit that accused the bank of misleading investors about the quality of pre-crisis residential mortgage-backed securities. And did you know the CFPB turns 4 this week? There's still time to get them a present.
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Leading Democrats don’t want proposed FHA insurance change

Gives a free pass to big banks that engaged in criminal behavior, they warn
Leading Democrats on the Senate Banking and House Financial Services Committees today urged the Obama Administration to reconsider a proposal that would make it easier for lenders that have engaged in criminal behavior to keep accessing taxpayer-backed mortgage insurance. They're also questioning the timing.
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