Wells Fargo

Foreclosure activity to resume in July, some banks say

Some of America’s biggest banks have said they’ll start resuming foreclosures on delinquent mortgages this summer when COVID-19 forbearance programs…

12 months ago

Wells Fargo sued for placing borrowers in forbearance without consent

Wells Fargo is being sued in a class-action lawsuit that accuses the bank of putting some of its borrowers’ mortgages…

2 years ago

Wells Fargo admits it wrongly foreclosed on over 500 homeowners

Wells Fargo has admitted that a calculation error led to it foreclosing on hundreds of homeowners that were actually eligible…

4 years ago

Wells Fargo looks to boost African American home ownership

Wells Fargo & Company is hoping to propel a minimum of 250,000 African Americans towards home ownership within the next…

5 years ago

Wells Fargo agrees to record-breaking $1.2bn FHA settlement

Wells Fargo set a new record when it agreed to pay the federal government $1.2 billion in settlement fees for…

6 years ago

Wells Fargo down payment assistance program helps 11,000 homeowners

NeighborWorks America has teamed up with Wells Fargo to offer residents of more than forty communities down payment grants via…

6 years ago

Affordable Homes of South Texas gets $600K to further its mission

Community-based non-profit organization Affordable Homes of South Texas, Inc. (AHSTI) has been given a $600,000 cash injection from Wells Fargo…

7 years ago

Wells Fargo wins discrimination lawsuits in L.A. & Chicago

Wells Fargo & Co, the largest U.S. mortgage lender, on Friday won the dismissal of two major lawsuits accusing the…

7 years ago

Are Credit Score Requirements Too Strict?

Executives at FICO, the creator of a credit score widely used in the mortgage industry, say that the high credit…

8 years ago

Will the New Mortgage Rules Change the Real Estate Market

Bureaucracy may move slowly but it does move. Years after the collapse of the real estate market and another year…

8 years ago