Wells Fargo in talks to settle FHA mortgage case

SOURCE: Mortgage News Feed

Wells Fargo announced it is in talks to settle a two-year lawsuit that allegedly cost the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) hundreds of millions of dollars. The nation's largest mortgage lender is accused of certifying more than 6,000 FHA-insured mortgages that did not meet origination and underwriting requirements.

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