United Wholesale Mortgage, the top wholesale lender in the nation, announced on a Facebook live Thursday afternoon that it will no longer partner with brokers who work with Rocket Mortgage and Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp.
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- Plaid unveils Income to aid customer finance 9 hours ago
- UWM to block brokers working with Fairway and Quicken 10 hours ago
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Multifamily property owners backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac now have through the end of June for forbearance options, the FHFA announced on Friday.
Rohit Chopra warned of housing market fallout and said he would focus on helping struggling homeowners at his Senate Confirmation hearing.
Plaid’s Income simplifies income verification so customers and mortgage lenders can secure loans, qualify for mortgages, and rent apartments.
Streamline by combining services. Why use several vendors for title searches, appraisals and underwriting when you can use one?
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a notice of proposed rule-making that would “delay the mandatory compliance date of the general qualified mortgage rule 15 months to Oct. 1, 2022.” The bureau said: “extending the mandatory compliance date of the general QM final rule would allow lenders more time to offer QM loans based on the homeowners’ debt-to-income ratio, and not solely based on a pricing cut-off.”