Ex-Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby Convicted On One Count of Mortgage Fraud
The city’s former State’s Attorney was found guilty of filing a false mortgage application related to buying a vacation home but was acquitted on another charge.
Mind Your Money: How This Mixologist Is Making Her Home Buying Dreams A Reality On A $75k Salary
Manhattan’s “Cocktail Snob” is ready to shake up her finances for a better future.
Artificial Intelligence-Powered App Helps Homebuyers In Communities Of Color Avoid Discrimination
Home Lending Pal collects data that puts a homebuyers financial information up front and prevents banks and mortgage lenders from seeing information like race and gender.
Citigroup Reaches $7 Billion Settlement to Resolve Mortgage Probe
The bank "shattered lives," said the U.S. Attorney General.
Study: Minorities Will Gain Ground in Homeownership Rates
By 2025, one-third of homeowners will be people of color.
Democrats Press Senate to Confirm Mel Watt to Head Housing Agency
Watt needs more votes to become head of FHFA.
DOJ Settles Discrimination Lawsuit Against Chevy Chase Bank
Blacks and Hispanics were charged more for mortgages.
Obama Taps Rep. Mel Watt to Lead Federal Housing Finance Agency
The congressman would regulate Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Commentary: What Was BusinessWeek Thinking With This Cover?
The magazine misconstrues the housing crisis.