Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: What’s the diagnosis for the "sick" housing market?

6 secrets to dealing with regulations for mortgage servicers

A candid look from the perspective of 2 recovering regulators

First-time buyer GSE mortgage loans are getting far riskier

Risk index for agency mortgages for new buyers at series high
W S

Items Tagged with 'annual report'

ARTICLES

MBIA reports diving quarterly net income

Company struggling to get through restructure
Trey Garrison
MBIA reported an adjusted pre-tax loss of $84 million for the fourth quarter of 2013 compared with adjusted pre-tax income of $110 million for the fourth quarter of 2012.
Read More

Fannie Mae finally profits Uncle Sam

Now will they start paying shareholders?
Trey Garrison
Fannie Mae is paying the U.S. Department of Treasury $7.2 billion, bringing its payments now to a level exceeding the total bailout it received. It still hasn't paid shareholders. It's unclear if it plans to. And it hasn't started paying back the bailout, either.
Read More