• Ocwen3.155+0.055 +1.774%
  • Zillow39.9684-0.3116 -0.7736%
  • Trulia47+0 +0%
  • NationStar17.67+0.35 +2.02%
  • CoreLogic45.69-0.32 -0.70%
  • RE/MAX61.20+0.50 +0.82%
  • Fannie Mae2.7701+0.0301 +1.0985%
  • Freddie Mac2.65+0.05 +1.92%
  • Wells Fargo54.215+0.465 +0.865%
  • CitiMortgage71.89+0.43 +0.60%
  • Bank of America25.23+0.17 +0.68%
  • Fidelity National Financial47.38-0.92 -1.90%
  • First American49.02-0.24 -0.49%
  • Black Knight Financial Services43.825-0.175 -0.398%
  • AUDUSD=X0.7932-0.0100 -1.2401%
  • USDJPY=X112.5410+0.2270 +0.2021%
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Cordray Skirts the Question

With the Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray’s, term coming to an end next year, there has been a lot of discussion on whether or not the Ohio native will make a run for the governorship, despite remaining silent on the matter.

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Leading the Charge

With a storied history in civil rights, Stuart Ishimaru, Head of CFPB's Office of Minority and Women Inclusion, has spent his career fighting for equal opportunity—in the workplace, in the military, and throughout the country. Now, he’s taking the fight to the financial sector, leading the banking and lending industries down the path of diversity.

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Keeping up with the CFPB

The Legal League 100 held an industry webinar Thursday afternoon to discuss changes in CFPB’s servicing rules. Three expert panelists joined the discussion to help ensure understanding and compliance.

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Cordray Under Fire

The Republican Governors Association submitted a second request via the Freedom of Information Act to see if Richard Cordray violated the Hatch Act. What, exactly, are they looking for?

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Siding with CFPB

A district judge in Pennsylvania has made an important ruling in favor of government organizations that reside outside of the normal annual appropriations process. See what precedent was avoided in the ruling.

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Ocwen May Gain a New Ally

In the midst of struggle between Ocwen Financial Corp and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a Florida Judge has stated that The Department of Justice may shine some light on the case. The question now is whose side will the Department take?

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