Though widely expected to raise rates this week, Fed policy makers are being pulled in two directions by a spirited drop in unemployment this year and a surprisingly listless reaction in wages and prices.
The sale marks the end of Stonegate’s stint as an Indianapolis-based public company. A number of Stonegate executives resigned from their positions just prior to the completion of the merger.
The deal would mark the end of Indianapolis-based Stonegate’s stint as a public company, which has largely disappointed investors since its IPO in 2013.
A Dallas mortgage company accuses Carmel banker Michael Petrie of launching a "delberate and vindicative campaign" to try to drive it out of business. But a separate lawsuit against the Dallas firm tells a different story.
The 100,000-square-foot building on Keystone Avenue once served as the headquarters for the landscape firm Mainscape Inc.
Moody’s Corp. has agreed to pay almost $864 million to resolve a multiyear U.S. investigation into credit ratings on subprime mortgage securities. Indiana is one of 21 states getting some of the settlement.
New projections show the central bankers expect three separate quarter-point rate increases in 2017, up from the two seen in the previous forecasts.
Stonegate Mortgage Corp. on Thursday reported a third-quarter profit of $15.6 million in the third quarter after revenue jumped 159 percent from a year ago.
Borrowers whose mortgages were foreclosed upon between 2008 and 2012, with servicing abuses by HSBC, are eligible for part of the $470 million federal-state settlement with the lender.
The Indianapolis-based company’s CEO attributed the $17.2 million loss to “continuing volatility within the financial markets.”
The foreclosure lawsuit is the latest legal problem for the 43-year-old retailer, which is still trying to pay off debt from a Chapter 11 bankruptcy it filed in 2011.
Stonegate Mortgage Corp. kicked off 2016 in a slump, disappointing Wall Street with a steeper-than-expected revenue decline and a first-quarter loss.
The Indianapolis mortgage firm has promoted James Smith to the top spot vacated last year in an abrupt resignation by its founder.
The Indiana Bar Foundation will only be able to use its settlement funds for programs covering mortgage foreclosures and community development, foundation leaders said.
Banks support proposed state legislation that could prevent Hoosier homeowners from using a settlement process to avoid foreclosure. But the sponsor of a bill with the controversial provision says he will strike it.
One week after the Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates from record lows, the average on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage went the other way.
Of the 654 congregations to file for bankruptcy protection between 2006 and 2013, 60 percent had black pastors or predominantly black membership, according to an associate professor at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
After a rocky two years as a public company, perhaps the best path forward for Stonegate Mortgage Corp.—now that the board has given the company’s CEO and founder his walking papers—is to pull the rip cord and sell the business.
Accelerating increases in auto loan debt and mortgage credit helped propel total borrowings of U.S. households to the highest level since the first quarter of 2010, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said Thursday.
The Indianapolis-based non-bank mortgage company took a loss of $22.8 million in the third quarter as revenue fell 45 percent from a year ago.