Your Search Returned 500 tagged news reports
Select a date range Create a custom date range From: To: February 23, 2014 , 5:00 a.m. If you're planning to shop for a home in the next few weeks, here's an early spring buying season come-on that just might save you some money if you qualify.
ET The five-year fixed mortgage at an advertised rate below three per cent has returned to Canada for the first time since last year. (Chris Roussakis/Reuters) The five-year fixed mortgage at an advertised rate below three per cent has returned to
Fannie Mae posted net income of $6.5 billion from October through December, its eighth straight profitable quarter. Fannie will have repaid its full government bailout after paying its fourth-quarter dividend. Fannie said Friday that its profit was
Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014 A judge on Wednesday said she will not delay final entry on Bank of America's $8.5 billion settlement over mortgage-backed securities. New York State Supreme Court Justice Saliann Scarpulla rejected a request by insurer
A top European Union regulator raised concerns Wednesday about new Federal Reserve rules for foreign banks operating in the U.S., complaining the requirements were adopted unilaterally and could place an unfair burden on EU financial firms. "We will
Bankruptcy Court judge has approved Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.'s $767 million settlement with Freddie Mac an agreement that releases hundreds of millions of dollars to return to the failed investment bank's creditors. Freddie Mac was seeking a
Spanish banks' non-performing loans as a percentage of total credit rose to a record high of 13.61 percent in December 2013, the highest figure since 1962, the Bank of Spain reported on Tuesday. According to the Bank, the bad loan ratio rose by
But Mr Noonan told the Oireachtas Finance Committee yesterday that his department would tell any buyer "we expect you to fulfil" the same terms as the code sets out. "If you don't, we advise you it is in your own interest," he said. The Central Bank'
Standard & Poor's has warned it could cut the credit ratings of New Zealand's smaller banks and credit unions if economic risk continues to build. The ratings agency's 2014 outlook for the New Zealand banking sector raises further concerns about the
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan announces February 9, 2012 in Washington that the federal government and 49 state attorneys general have reached a $25 billion agreement with the nation's five largest mortgage servicers to