mortgage loans

BitCasas Develops Asset-Backed Security Tokens for Real Estate Loans

SILICON VALLEY, CALIF./ SEPTEMBER 13, 2018 (STL.News) According to the Federal Reserve Q1 2018 Report, the current US market for residential loans is estimated at over $14 trillion, with 1.7% of these loans failing to meet scheduled payments (Non-Performing Loans or NPLs) which are then traded at a significant discount. Because of the capital and … Continue reading BitCasas Develops Asset-Backed Security Tokens for Real Estate Loans

Tips To Increase Financial Knowledge Shared By National Debt Relief

DALLAS/ AUGUST 20, 2018 (STL.News) Financial knowledge is an important part of how people manage their money that is why National Debt Relief aims to help people increase what they know about their finances. The article titled “Know Your Finances: 4 Ways To Increase Your Financial Knowledge” released August 13, 2018, shares some of the … Continue reading Tips To Increase Financial Knowledge Shared By National Debt Relief

More Expenses Covered By Loans Explained By National Debt Relief

Dallas, TX/ July 16, 2018 (STL.News) There are more and more consumers who are taking out loans for various reasons that is why National Debt Relief shares some of these loan needs. The article titled “How Loans Are Being Used To Cover More And More Expenses” released July 14, 2018, takes a look at the … Continue reading More Expenses Covered By Loans Explained By National Debt Relief

LendingHome Surpasses $2 Billion in Loan Originations

SAN FRANCISCO/ Dec. 4, 2017 (StlRealEstate.News) — LendingHome – the largest, fastest-growing mortgage marketplace lender – today announced it has originated more than $2 billion in mortgage loans for homeowners and real estate investors. The first billion of originations occurred over the course of 30 months, while it took just 12 months for the company to originate … Continue reading LendingHome Surpasses $2 Billion in Loan Originations

Identity theft scheme leader gets 10-year prison sentence

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J./August 12, 2017 (AP) (StlRealEstate.News) — The leader of an elaborate identity theft and mortgage fraud scheme that stole nearly $1 million from various lenders is now headed to prison. New Jersey authorities say Artis Hunter received a 10-year sentence Friday. The 50-year-old Union Township man had pleaded guilty in May to a … Continue reading Identity theft scheme leader gets 10-year prison sentence