Freedom Mortgage settles violation charge with $1.8M fine

PROVIDENCE – One of the nation’s largest mortgage bankers, Freedom Mortgage Corp., has settled federal charges that it violated the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act by agreeing to pay a $1.8 million fine, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced. New Jersey-based Freedom Mortgage, which does business in Rhode Island and has an office in Warwick, signed…

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