Fannie, Freddie could cost taxpayers $157.3 billion in a crisis --

The results of the stress tests are in and the findings are still a concern for taxpayers. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could require up to $ 157.3 billion if another crisis were to occur.

Survey: TILA-RESPA impact riles most mortgage bankers --

The majority of mortgage bankers are focused on the looming TILA-RESPA rule changes and worry about its impact on their business operations, according to a new survey from Lenders One. What else are they worried about?

Accenture: The key to retaining your mortgage customers --

More customers are moving online for additional financial services, potentially moving away from their current banks. But all hope is not lost for banks, according to a new survey. With this key measure, more customers are inclined to stay with their bank for their mortgage.

Former CFPB senior counsel Richard Andrew Arculin joins Venable LLP --

Venable LLP announced the addition of Richard Andrew Arculin as counsel in its Washington, D.C. office. Arculin joins from the the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, where he recently led a CFPB-wide effort to support implementation of the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures rule.

Assurant exits health insurance; focus shifts to housing --

Assurant is planning to exit the health insurance and employee benefits business and will shift its focus instead to its housing insurance programs, which include renters/apartment insurance, flood insurance, manufactured housing and force-placed insurance.

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