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Kevin Stitt of Gateway Mortgage Group to Enter Race for Oklahoma Governor

A long-standing member of the mortgage industry could be making the jump into politics if all goes according to plan, according to a recent press release. Kevin Stitt, Founder of CEO of Gateway Mortgage Group, which was founded in 2000, ...

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Could CFPB Poll Results Be Skewed?

A recent poll may have showed serious support for the CFPB and Dodd-Frank, but after further study, the results may not be as accurate as some had hoped. What gives?

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Changes in Leadership to the OCC

Monday brought the first in shifts of leadership to the OCC. See what other changes could be coming in the near future here. . .

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The Week Ahead: Yellen, Yellen, Yellen

It seems like every week Janet Yellen, Chair of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors is making news. Next week, the Federal Open Market Committee will meet for the fifth time in New York City. Will the Fed choose to raise interest rates for the second time in two months?

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One Rule—Two Outlooks

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s recent arbitration rule might be in trouble, according to a recent press release by the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. Take a look at what Senators are saying about the rule and what they’re doing to overturn it.

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Previous Ginnie Mae President to Join PennyMac Board

PennyMac Financial Services, Inc., a specialty financial services firm, announced Thursday that August 1, 2017 former President of the Government National Mortgage Association (Ginnie Mae), Theodore W. Tozer, will join its Board of Directors.

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Mortgage Experts Weigh in on Vacant and Abandoned Properties

The issues surrounding vacant and abandoned homes have been discussed at length for years, but the National Mortgage Servicing Association has now proposed policies to standardize procedures, definitions, and best practices. What incite are industry experts giving on the prevalent matter?

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Get a Move On

The U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs held a hearing on the nominations of six individuals for leadership roles within the administration. See why Senator Crapo is urging them to confirm the six without delay.

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Protection for Veterans

Senator Blumenthal (D-Connecticut) recently supported a law that was put into place offering veterans facing foreclosure a one-year moratorium under particular conditions, but the outpouring of encouragement from local veterans has moved him to consider drafting a new measure.

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