Ten (or More) Things Every Mortgage Banker Must Do in 2022
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Did we get your attention with that headline? Good. This will be one of your easiest reads for the day.
Fed Sets Stage for March Rate Hike
The Federal Open Market Committee on Wednesday did not pull trigger on an increase to the federal funds rate—but it left little doubt about action at its next policy meeting in March.
New Home Sales Finish 2021 on Solid Ground, But Down for Year
New home sales rose by nearly 12 percent in December, the highest level since last March, HUD and the Census Bureau reported Wednesday. Despite the improved numbers, however, sales were off from a year ago and 2021 sales fell by more than 7 percent from 2020.
Managing Fair Lending for IMBs
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Independent mortgage banks know full well the importance of risk, whether it’s developing business strategies—or preparing for Fair Lending examinations.