• Frozen_money

    Consumers can now freeze their credit for free

    LendingReal EstateServicingHomeowners

    Credit reporting agencies can no longer charge for credit freezes


  • LendingReal EstateServicingHomeowners

    Credit reporting agencies can no longer charge for credit freezes

    It hopefully just got a little more difficult for scammers to abuse someone’s credit information, because, as of Sept. 21, 2018, consumers can now freeze their credit at all three of the major credit reporting agencies, for free. Consider this one the “Equifax rule.”

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HousingWire magazine

Cover Story
September 2018

Back on track: How Tim Mayopoulos fixed Fannie Mae

When Tim Mayopoulos was vetted prior to joining Fannie Mae nearly 10 years ago in the role of general counsel, board members explained it would only take 12 to 18 months for the company to turn around. That isn’t what it took. It took putting Mayopoulos in charge, years later, to turn the company around. And that’s exactly what he did.

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HW Insiders 2018

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Better serving the Hispanic mortgage market

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