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Foreclosure While Current on Loan Modification Payments

After falling behind on mortgage payments, an Altadena family was relieved to have their lender, Ocwen Financial Corporation, agree to a loan modification allowing them to keep their home, or so they thought. The family had worked hard to submit all necessary documents and information to their lender and were […]

Lending Institutions Getting More Rigid with Loan Qualifications

As regulators crack down on shady lending practices, banks and lending institutions are getting more and more rigid with loan qualifications. In fact, a recent New York Times article detailed one retiree’s struggle to obtain a mortgage even with excellent credit history and healthy retirement and brokerage accounts. In addition […]

The State of Homeownership

The state of homeownership in this country is an interesting one right now. With home prices rising at a rate that hasn’t been seen since the boom several years ago, demand is strong while supply is lacking. The market would appear to be healthy, rebounding well, however, there’s a hitch; […]

News from The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), a government agency, recently released the nation’s largest public database of federal consumer financial complaints. This database includes details about more than 90,000 individual complaints on five types of products and services: consumer loans, bank accounts or bank services, mortgages, credit cards and student […]