New York foreclosure courts face seven-year backlog: RealtyTrac At the rate the New York court systems are currently working through the backlog of foreclosure cases, it will take more than seven years to clear, according to RealtyTrac. New York is a judicial state, whereby foreclosures are completed through the court system. But as cases mounted, the state developed the largest foreclosure timeline in the.MBA Secondary: FHA, Ginnie Mae, VA and USDA leaders outline policy updates Summit Valuation Solutions recently announced the appointment of Jayson Dammen as vice president of national accounts. In this new position, Dammen will be responsible for maintaining and expanding client relationships nationwide, as well as identifying strategic opportunities that the company can offer clients.
The ink on Leandra English’s resignation letter was barely dry when the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (cfpb) promoted brian Johnson from principal policy director to acting deputy director..
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced Steve Antonakes as deputy director of the agency. Antonakes had been serving as the acting deputy director of the CFPB. He will continue to maintain responsibility for his duties as the associate director for supervision, enforcement and fair lending at the bureau.
Setting up a high-stakes legal and political battle, President Trump and CFPB Director. president to appoint an acting director at an agency as long as the person designated has already been.
The CFPB also noted that Fuchs announced her intention to step down as general counsel, but will continue to serve as general counsel and acting deputy director until a permanent replacement is. CFPB names acting deputy director. February 12, 2013.
concluding that Trump has the authority to name an acting director under the Federal Vacancies Reform Act. While acknowledging that the Dodd-Frank Act permits the deputy director to serve as temporary.
Shiller sees scope for further home price declines up to 25% Case-Shiller Home Prices Decline -3.9% from a year ago for. – The S&P Case Shiller home price index shows a -3.9% decline from a year ago over 20 metropolitan housing markets and a -3.3% decline for the top 10 housing markets from September 2010. home prices are back to Q1 2003 levels. Below is the yearly percent change in the composite-10 and composite-20 Case-Shiller Indices.CoreLogic launches loan fraud analysis software Annual Gains Fall to 4.7% to End 2018 According to S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index – S&P Dow Jones indices’ interactive blog, HousingViews.com, delivers real-time commentary and analysis from industry experts across S&P Global on a wide-range of topics impacting residential home.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is an agency of the united states government responsible for consumer protection in the financial sector.CFPB’s jurisdiction includes banks, credit unions, securities firms, payday lenders, mortgage-servicing operations, foreclosure relief services, debt collectors and other financial companies operating in the United States.
Cordray's Departure Will Mean Big Changes at the CFPB – One of two scenarios will likely occur in the near future at the CFPB. Either Director Richard Cordray will be fired by President Trump (for cause), or Cordray will resign to enter the 2018 Ohio gubernatorial race. If either event occurs, some have assumed that Acting Deputy Director David Silberman will inherit the post, and it will be "business as usual" at the CFPB until a new director is.
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac would need another bailout in severe economic crisis Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would need up to $100 billion if another financial crisis struck, according to the results of "stress tests" for the two bailed-out mortgage giants released Monday.
by ProPublica. ProPublica named six newsrooms and local reporters on Friday that will participate in the latest expansion of the ProPublica Local Reporting Network, a program aimed at supporting investigative journalism at local and regional news organizations.The projects, which will begin on July 1 and continue for a year, are supported by a grant from the Abrams Foundation.