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In its first-ever Super Bowl commercial, Detroit-based Quicken Loans created a 60-second TV spot, which showcases Rocket Mortgage, its fully online mortgage. It aired to the massive audience, many of whom then promptly proceeded to fuel bombastic panic on Twitter, claiming that Rocket Mortgage will lead to the housing crisis redux.
San Francisco often ranks among the "hottest" housing markets due to its rapidly rising housing prices. But how hot is too hot? A new report from Fitch Ratings suggests that San Francisco is reaching that point, with the dreaded "b" word being thrown around now.
Wells Fargo will pay more than $16 million to settle a class action lawsuit brought against the megabank by more than 9,000 customers of Genuine Title, who accused the bank of accepting kickbacks from Genuine Title in in exchange for business referrals.
Mortgages received plenty of attention this weekend, and not just during Super Bowl commercial breaks, with reports offering divided views of the markets, according to the various media platforms that published the copy. Despite the click-bait headlines, it's not time to panic.
Oregon residents should avoid doing any kind of business with Liberty One Mortgage because the company is unlicensed, unregistered, and is engaging in mortgage fraud, the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services said. During an investigation, it was discovered that the Studio City, California address Liberty One provided on documentation to Oregon homeowners was actually the location of an Indian food restaurant.
The latest 3 points with Mat Ishbia, CEO of United Wholesale Mortgage, gives three quick snippets of advice that most lenders are concerned about: Realtors and TRID, Millennials and Refinancing.
SMS Assist, a mobile and cloud-based multisite property management company, announced its expansion into residential real estate with the creation of its residential service team. According to a release from the company, SMS Assist is launching its residential division with "major clients" already on board, including Colony Starwood Homes, Home Partners of America and others.
While small, mortgage credit availability fell in January, dropping 0.4% to 123.8. The decrease was driven by a decline in some FHA and conventional offerings as compared to the previous month.
The Appraisal Institute, the nation’s largest professional association of real estate appraisers, and Residential Energy Services Network, also known as RESNET, announced the signing of a "cooperation agreement" to promote education, research and data standards surrounding energy efficient homes.
National Mortgage Insurance Corporation, a provider of private mortgage insurance, announced that it formed a “strategic partnership” with Capital Markets Cooperative, a nationwide alliance of mortgage bankers that provides exclusive offerings and value-added services to its members. As part of the partnership, National MI will be named a “preferred provider” of private mortgage insurance.
HSBC agreed to a $601 million settlement with a series of federal agencies and nearly every state over charges that the bank engaged in mortgage origination, servicing and foreclosure abuses. The massive settlement with HSBC was jointly announced Friday by the Department of Justice, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, 49 states and the District of Columbia.
Job creation increased by 151,000 in January, and while the increase came in somewhat weaker than market expectations, details pointed to a solid labor market. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate fell below 5% for the first time in nearly 8 years.
SoFi has shattered the typical lending model ever since it broke into the mortgage world two years ago, so its big move in this year’s Super Bowl 50 only make sense. The company's garnering a lot of attention on its big, and even risky to some, move in advertising during the big game. Watch the video here.