CFPB names Mulvaney, Hensarling aide Brian Johnson deputy director Fannie Mae’s Alt-A Pain May Extend to BofA Shifting market turns investors shy on housing Fitch Warns on Option ARMs; High Defaults Await Option ARMs, next chapter in U.S. housing crisis – Reuters – With an Option ARM, borrowers can make a minimum monthly. brokers liked Option ARMs as they netted a far higher commission than a safer, fixed-rate loan.. According to a december 2006 fitch ratings report, almost 90.The Atlanta housing market offers great investment opportunities for real estate investors in traditional rental properties, but that’s not all. It’s also one of the top locations for Airbnb investments as well. Buying and investing in a vacation home rental in this city will yield a good rental income and return on investment.For a mortgage loan acquired by Fannie Mae after June 1, 2007, if a servicer reasonably believes that a due-on-transfer provision is unenforceable by law or would not be enforced by a court, the servicer is authorized to approve a transfer of an interest in the mortgaged property or a direct or indirect interest in the borrower (if an entity), provided the servicer has notified fannie mae’s Legal department (see F-4-03, List of Contacts) of the reason for its belief and Fannie Mae has.Days following Leandra English’s resignation announcement, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) acting director Mick Mulvaney named Brian Johnson to take over her deputy director duties on an interim basis. Johnson is one of two former aides to House Financial Services Committee chairman jeb hensarling (R-Texas) who have joined the bureau since Mulvaney’s was named acting director.
This report updates the 2009 Mortgage Fraud Report and addresses current. b reported 43.6 million first-lien mortgages on one- to four-unit residential properties in 2010. According to the MBA NDS,
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A Memphis-area securities broker-dealer has been indicted on federal charges of embezzling $5.7 million from a Pennsylvania company’s employee pension fund, The Commercial Appeal reports. John Sherman Jumper, the Eads resident listed as CEO of Alluvion Securities, was accused by federal authorities of stealing from the Snow Shoe Refractories Employee Pension Plan for Hourly Employees, which.
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Wells Fargo settles claims with FHFA · Wells Fargo & Co. will pay $335 million to resolve claims that it allegedly misled Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac about risky mortgage securities that it sold them prior to the housing collapse. The San Francisco-based bank disclosed in a regulatory filing Wednesday that it settled the claims with.
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5% 30-year mortgage rates to come? Popularity of 5-year fixed mortgage rates. A 5-year mortgage term, at 66% of all mortgages, is by far the most common duration. It sits right in the middle of available mortgage term lengths, between one and 10 years, and, thus, its popularity reflects a risk-neutral average.
Lori Lynn Andrew, 49, Cashmere, Washington, the owner of Hartman Escrow, Inc., a real estate escrow firm was sentenced today to 24 months in prison for bank fraud.. Andrew stole more than $2.1 million through a variety of techniques, including making false entries in escrow closing documents, altering accounting records, and depositing checks into the general account instead of the trust account.
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Fired, disbarred and divorced earlier this year, an ex-partner of Lindquist & Vennum in Minneapolis has now been charged with wire fraud, Michael Margulies, 56, allegedly embezzled some $2 million.
Goldman Sachs: 3 reasons housing is not in a bubble Case against mers reaches supreme court survey Finds Short Sales Outnumber REO in January Purchases This resulted in the property not being sold in a short sale, foreclosed and the banks losing thousands of dollars because they refused to go along with the short sale. Here’s a press release from C.A.R. further explaining the frustrations of short sales: banks drag feet on short sales, survey findsFannie, Freddie to raise g-fees in April Fed lays out rules for banks to rent REOs The federal reserve gave guidance to banks interested in renting out real estate owned property clinging to their books. The Fed laid out the ground rules, providing firms holding reos with advice on how to follow all applicable landlord tenant, state and federal housing regulations.Raise Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s Guarantee Fees and Decrease Their Eligible Loan Limits. Taking both approaches together would lower federal subsidies for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac by $6 billion from 2017 through 2026 and would result in a drop in new guarantees of about 25 percent, according to CBO’s estimates."The court’s dismissal of these 72 cases against MERS, including six class actions, is an extremely significant ruling and shows that claims being made against MERS and MERSCORP alleging fraud, or that security interests are unenforceable, or alleging that foreclosures are inappropriate due to MERS? presence as a party, are meritless," said MERSCORP in a statement.Goldman Sachs: 3 reasons housing is not in a bubble Top LO offers to answer everyday mortgage questions, gets bombarded Brena Swanson is formerly the Digital Reporter for HousingWire.