Peter Swire testifies before the Senate to discuss federal agency privacy and data practices.
Peter Swire and Jordan Eizenga detail how proposed rules for increased transparency in the servicing of mortgages will benefit all involved.
The consumer perspective must be front and center in FHFA decisions about mortgage-servicing compensation after the robo-signing scandal, write Peter Swire and Jordan Eizenga.
CAP Senior Fellow Peter Swire speaks before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Peter Swire explains to a congressional committee how he ran afoul of a mortgage services company that mistakenly thought he’d canceled his flood insurance.
Peter Swire explains that, in the absence of market discipline on servicers, an effective national set of mortgage standards is essential.
The time may well be ripe for a bill that provides basic privacy protections more generally, writes Peter Swire.
Video Peter Swire answers questions from Facebook users on Internet privacy.
Report Peter Swire explores the intersection of privacy and freedom of association in this report.
Report The Fair Credit Reporting Act provides a model for showing that the rights and needs of consumers should not continue to be ignored in our system for mortgage servicing, writes Peter Swire.
Peter Swire examines possible new consumer protection rules for homeowners who make monthly payments to mortgage servicing companies that could care less about consumer interests.
Peter Swire examines ways to build on existing rules in the Home Affordable Mortgage Program to better protect homeowners facing foreclosure while negotiating mortgage modifications.
Peter Swire outlines a solution for rebuilding confidence in the housing market by pushing banks to take personal responsibility in certifying mortgages.